I'm porting an old EBJ1.1 application, which was running on Weblogic, to JBoss AS 4.0.4. The port is complete and all works very well, except for the fact that I need to disable the container's EJB cache. The database unfortunately is being shared with another backend application, and data modification can occur from either system. In Weblogic, there is a weblogic-ejb-jar.xml attribute called <db-is-shared>, that if set to "true" forces the container to persist or refresh on every method call. How can I mimic this functionality in JBoss?
I know that EJB1.1 was a poor technology for what this application has evolved into. And the application is being rearchitected towards an EJB3.0 or pure Hibernate design; however, it needs to be up and running for a bit in its original state.
Any assistance with this issue would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
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