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Performance : EJB 3.0 Client to Server Connectivity

Raja Gullapalli
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Joined: Jun 10, 2009
Posts: 15
Hi,

I'm trying how best can performance of an EJB 3.0 client remote connectivity
can be improved.

During a recent post I came to know that, when a client calls an EJB 3.0 interface
the actual socket connectivity which JBoss AS depends on JBoss Remoting
stays for around 15 secs.

Holding a cached copy of the remote interface, help us in anyway?
How can we improve the performance of calling an ejb 3.0 service from a client?

This question popped into mind while working with JBoss messaging, where in an
asynchronous clients connection stays active till the connection is closed.

Does EJB 3.o connectivity also work in that way?


Thanks,
Raja
 
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