I think it isn't the right forum...
Anyway for us it is production ready since November 2005 (just few services went in production on that date, but a lot of services are going in production in these months)
Great to hear that you are using ejb3 in production. I'm interested in exposing ejb3 stateless session beans as web services using annotations. Did you use this annotated way of exposing ejbs as web services? when you stateless session beans as web services, can they also be accessed from a remote java client using RMI/IIOP?
Yes, just finished the porting from jboss-net to jbossws annotated ejbs3 (something like 40 wsdl, and about 200 different operations).
And yes, of course, you can continue to acces your ejbs as ejbs :)
Cool. Thank you!!
I have deployed ejb 3.0 exposed as web service in JBOSS 4.0.4.
I use annotations to expose it as web service. I'm able to access the
web service using HTTP. How do I secure it to access using HTTPS?
One more question..When ejb 3.0 is exposed as web service using
annotation, is there a .WAR file getting generated behind the scenes and
getting deployed to tomcat web container ? Or is the exposing web service
is handled by the ejb container?