4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2002 10:56 AM by Markus Härnvi

    Tuxedo Sevices and JBoss

    Markus Härnvi Newbie


      Anyone using Tuxedo services from JBoss? I have an application with a few entity beans. Soon the database will be hidden behind Tuxedo, only allowing access through its services. Will I have to switch to Weblogic (and Jolt) or iPlanet?

        • 1. Re: Tuxedo Sevices and JBoss
          Roland Nygren Newbie

          Hi,

          I'm aware this is a very late reply, but for the record...

          I would say you don't have to switch to any Weblogic, iPlanet or any other App.Server.

          As far as I know Jolt manipulates threads (1.2 for sure).
          And EJBs must not do that. You have two options:
          1/ take a chance and use Jolt from your EJB anyway.
          2/ Create a business delegate class and start it "outside" the EJB container. There are a few documents to find on the net about Business Delegate pattern and EJB.

          • 2. Re: Tuxedo Sevices and JBoss
            Roland Nygren Newbie

            Hi,

            I'm aware this is a very late reply, but for the record...

            I would say you don't have to switch to any Weblogic, iPlanet or any other App.Server.

            As far as I know Jolt manipulates threads (1.2 for sure).
            And EJBs must not do that. You have two options:
            1/ take a chance and use Jolt from your EJB anyway.
            2/ Create a business delegate class and start it "outside" the EJB container. There are a few documents to find on the net about Business Delegate pattern and EJB.

            • 3. Re: Tuxedo Sevices and JBoss
              Roland Nygren Newbie

              Hi,

              I'm aware this is a very late reply, but for the record...

              I would say you don't have to switch to any Weblogic, iPlanet or any other App.Server.

              As far as I know Jolt manipulates threads (1.2 for sure).
              And EJBs must not do that. You have two options:
              1/ take a chance and use Jolt from your EJB anyway.
              2/ Create a business delegate class and start it "outside" the EJB container. There are a few documents to find on the net about Business Delegate pattern and EJB.

              • 4. Re: Tuxedo Sevices and JBoss
                Markus Härnvi Newbie

                Do you know if 8.0 also manages threads by itself? (Seems like they now have the same version number on both Jolt and Tuxedo.)

                To bad JCA connectors are so hard to find. But I recall that it was true for JDBC drivers in the beginning too.