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how do we specify the max stateful beans in the pool
Joined: Mar 13, 2006
Dec 05, 2006 04:44:00
i am trying the simulate the scenario where ejbActivate() and ejbPassivate() would be triggered.i am using weblogic8.1.
my weblogic-ejb-jar.xml goes like this.
And i am creating the remote objects thrice.As per my descriptor(the max bean in the pool is 2),passivation must happen.
But that is not happening.
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Dec 05, 2006 06:23:00
Actually stateful Session Beans are not pooled, the exist only for one client. So when the client first looks up a Stateful bean, one gets created, not taken from any pool, and when the client is finished the bean gets destroyed.
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Dec 07, 2006 03:19:00
2.1 spec SFSB can be passivated after timeout. Try to play with container settings.
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