0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 14, 2016 2:57 AM by Percy Tan

    Webservice with Spring and Hibernate hang when concurrent call for kjar

    Percy Tan Newbie

      Hello,

       

      I have created a webservice (JAX-WS) using Spring and Hibernate, which is deploy into the JBoss EAP server as a war file. Inside this webservice, I have a class that will pull the kjar remotely using http as below:

       

      KieServices kServices = KieServices.Factory.get();

      KieRepository kRepository = kServices.getRepository();

      UrlResource urlResource = (UrlResource) kServices.getResources().newUrlResource(comSysPara.getParameterValue());

      urlResource.setUsername(SpringPropertiesUtil.getProperty(Constants.BRMS_USERNAME));

      urlResource.setPassword(SpringPropertiesUtil.getProperty(Constants.BRMS_PASSWORD));

      urlResource.setBasicAuthentication(SpringPropertiesUtil.getProperty(Constants.BRMS_BASIC_AUTHENTICATION));

      InputStream inputStream = urlResource.getInputStream();

      KieModule kModule = kRepository.addKieModule(kServices.getResources().newInputStreamResource(inputStream));

      kContainer = kServices.newKieContainer(kModule.getReleaseId());

       

      After that i will use the kContainer to make newKieSession to run the BRMS rules.

       

      In the kjar, I have a process (.bpmn2) which is used to control the ruleflow-group. Everything in the webservice works perfectly if concurrent calls does not occur. However, if there is concurrent call calling the webservice, the webservice will just hang without any exception/error.

       

      Is this the correct way to do?

       

      Regards,
      Percy