1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 13, 2005 1:06 AM by Scott Stark

    concurrent calls on stateful beans

    Naga srinivas Newbie

      Weblogic has an allow-concurrent-calls proprietary tag for stateful session beans. The allow-concurrent-calls specifies whether a stateful session bean instance will allow concurrent method calls. The value of this element may be either "True" or "False". The default value is "False". When a stateful session bean instance is currently in a method call and another (concurrent) method call arrives on the server, the EJB specification requires that the server throw a RemoteException. By default, allow-concurrent-calls is false, and the EJB container will follow the EJB specification. When this value is set to true, the EJB container will block the concurrent method call and allow it to proceed when the previous call has completed.

      My Question is that : Is there any tag like "allow-concurrent-calls" in JBOSS server
      deployment descriptor?. and Is it possible to allow concurrent calls on stateful session
      beans in JBOSS application server?