Yes. Absolutely. What kind of support do you need?
Here are the things that I would like to see in the JBoss's RMI implementation.
1. Efficient thread & socket handling.
2. Using non blocked IO approach.
3. Provide JNDI & clustering support of the appserver.
JDK's default implementation doesn't provide these features. But weblogic provides this support.
Thanks for your help.
EJB spec restricts threading and socketing and also IO handling, so how come weblogic can support these features.
Anybody can explain?
first, I think Ramesh's question targets on the Client Server Communication, not the EJB Container, and is therefore a valid and quite interesting question.
Second, you are right, the Spec restricts the use of Multithreading from EJBs, but you are allowed to use Socket Communication. Only Listening to a Socket (i.e. server mode) is forbidden.