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  • EJB3 with Spring

    - by fish
    I have understood that if I use EJB in Spring context, I get all the same benefits as if I was using it in "pure" EJB3 environment, is this true? I have googled but can't find a definitive, clear answer. For example, let's say I have a session bean that updates some tables in the database and it throws a System Exception. In "pure" EJB3 environment the transaction is rolled back. What if I for example @Autowire this bean using Spring, does Spring take care of the transaction handling same way as does the EJB3 container? Or what? Does it maybe require some specific configuration or is it fully "automatic"?

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  • Error in Jboss 5- DEPLOYMENTS MISSING DEPENDENCIES

    - by Nila
    Hi! I'm new to ejb3. I tried deploying a simple war file.. But, I'm getting the following error. Plz, help me... DEPLOYMENTS MISSING DEPENDENCIES: Deployment "jboss.j2ee:jar=EJB3-war.war,name=Statelessbean,service=EJB3_endpoint" is missing the following dependencies: Dependency "jboss.j2ee:jar=EJB3-war.war,name=Statelessbean,service=EJB3" (should be in state "Configured", but is actually in state "** NOT FOUND Depends on 'jboss.j2ee:jar=EJB3-war.war,name=Statelessbean,service=EJB3' **") DEPLOYMENTS IN ERROR: Deployment "jboss.j2ee:jar=EJB3-war.war,name=Statelessbean,service=EJB3" is in error due to the following reason(s): ** NOT FOUND Depends on 'jboss.j2ee:jar=EJB3-war.war,name=Statelessbean,service=EJB3' ** Deployment "vfszip:/D:/Softwares/jboss-5.1.0.GA/server/default/deploy/EJB3.ear/" is in error due to the following reason(s): java.lang.IllegalStateException: jboss.web.deployment:war=/EJB3-war is already installed. Thanks in advance

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  • JPA/EJB3 Relationship

    - by sdoca
    I have been reading about JPA and EJB3 and would like to confirm that my understanding of their relationship is correct. Here's what I think I know... JPA is a specification that has been implemented by a number of vendors including: JBoss/Hibernate Oracle/TopLink Essentials (now EclipseLink) Apache/OpenJPA EJB3 is a specification that is implemented in Application Servers including: Glassfish JBoss Is this correct?

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  • Hows does Seam injection work in Ejb3

    - by kazanaki
    Hello We are using Seam 2.2.0 Java 1.6.14 Weblogic 10.3.1.0 (named 11g Doh!) I have looked at Seam reference Seam in action These web pages However I still do not understand how to inject an EJB3 bean into a JSF backing bean. It seems to me that I have to (correct me if I am wrong) Annotate with @Name my backing bean Annotate with @Name my EJB3 bean Use the @In annotation in the backing bean Put an empty seam.properties file in the WAR that contains the backing bean Put an empty seam.properties file in the JAR that contains the EJB Set up a Seam interceptor in ejb-jar.xml of the EJB Don't I need to setup some JNDI URL somewhere? How exactly does Seam will find the EJB? The interceptor is enough? Also this means that I have to add a seam dependency in my EJB archive (because of the @Name annotation). So the web layer (Seam) "spills" into my business logic (EJB). Is this the recommended approach? Am I missing something here?

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  • EJB3 Business Delegates

    - by mykola
    Is there any reason for making delegate when using EJB3? Because the only real benefit i see from delegate is that it allows to hide lookup and access details of EJB architecture. Well it also provides some decoupling but it's mostly unused, imho. With EJB3 we have injection so now i can just create a variable with @EJB annotation and use it as is. Do i still need delegates? Is this injection resource consuming? I mean if i use it in JSF's request managed beans may be it's still better to use delegates just to lessen these injection calls? Thank you!

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  • Static factory pattern with EJB3/JBoss

    - by purecharger
    I'm fairly new to EJBs and full blown application servers like JBoss, having written and worked with special purpose standalone Java applications for most of my career, with limited use of JEE. I'm wondering about the best way to adapt a commonly used design pattern to EJB3 and JBoss: the static factory pattern. In fact this is Item #1 in Joshua Bloch's Effective Java book (2nd edition) I'm currently working with the following factory: public class CredentialsProcessorFactory { private static final Log log = LogFactory.getLog(CredentialsProcessorFactory.class); private static Map<CredentialsType, CredentialsProcessor> PROCESSORS = new HashMap<CredentialsType, CredentialsProcessor>(); static { PROCESSORS.put(CredentialsType.CSV, new CSVCredentialsProcessor()); } private CredentialsProcessorFactory() {} public static CredentialsProcessor getProcessor(CredentialsType type) { CredentialsProcessor p = PROCESSORS.get(type); if(p == null) throw new IllegalArgumentException("No CredentialsProcessor registered for type " + type.toString()); return p; } However, in the implementation classes of CredentialsProcessor, I require injected resources such as a PersistenceContext, so I have made the CredentialsProcessor interface a @Local interface, and each of the impl's marked with @Stateless. Now I can look them up in JNDI and use the injected resources. But now I have a disconnect because I am not using the factory anymore. My first thought was to change the getProcessor(CredentialsType) method to do a JNDI lookup and return the SLSB instance that is required, but then I need to configure and pass the proper qualified JNDI name. Before I go down that path, I wanted to do more research on accepted practices. How is this design pattern treated in EJB3 / JEE?

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  • EJB3 + JEE6: What is a persistent Timer?

    - by Hank
    I'm just about to use the new EJB3 TimerService (as part of Java EE 6), and as usual, I'm impressed by the brevity of JavaDoc :) Do you know what is the effect of the persistent property of the TimerConfig object? JavaDoc TimerConfig says: The persistent property determines whether the corresponding timer has a lifetime that spans the JVM in which it was created. It is optional and defaults to true.

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  • Best current framework for unit testing EJB3 / JPA

    - by kennygrimm
    Starting new project using EJB 3 / JPA, mainly stateless session beans and batch jobs. I've used JUnit in the past on standard Java webapps and it seemed to work pretty well. In EJB2 unit testing was a pain and required a running container such as JBoss to make the calls into. Now that we're going to be working in EJB3 / JPA I'd like to know what companies are using to write and run these tests. Are Junit and JMock still considered relevant or are there other newer frameworks that have come around that we should investigate?

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  • jndi reference error in ejb3.0

    - by Nila
    Hi! I'm trying to implement a stateless session bean in ejb3 using glassfish server v2 and netbeans as the editor. I'm using jndi lookup for calling bean class. When I tried to deploy the war file where I'm calling the bean class through servlet, it is showing the following error: This web app [C:\Documents and Settings\Test-war\build\web] has no ejb reference by the name of [TestingBean] deployed with moduleid = Test-war I manually created glassfish deployment descriptor for ejb and edited sun-web xml file in war. How to solve this jndi reference problem. Where I'm missing? Thanks in advance

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  • EJB3 JNDI Lookup Failure in JEE application client

    - by Hank
    I'm trying to access an EJB3 from a JEE client-application, but keep getting nothing but lookup failures. My JEE Application 'CoreServer' is exposing a number of beans with remote interfaces. I have no problem accessing them from a Web Application deployed on the same Glassfish v3.0.1. Now I'm trying to access it from a client-application: public class Main { public static void main(String[] args) { CampaignControllerRemote bean = null; try { InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext(); bean = (CampaignControllerRemote) ctx.lookup("java:global/CoreServer/CampaignController"); } catch (Exception e) { System.out.println(e.getMessage()); } if (bean != null) { Campaign campaign = bean.get(361); if (campaign != null) { System.out.println("Got "+ campaign); } } } } When I run deploy it to Glassfish and run it from the appclient, I get this error: Lookup failed for 'java:global/CoreServer/CampaignController' in SerialContext targetHost=localhost,targetPort=3700,orb'sInitialHost=localhost,orb'sInitialPort=3700 However, that's exactly the same JNDI-name I use when I lookup the bean from the WebApplication (via SessionContext, not InitialContext - does that matter?). Also, when I deploy 'CoreServer', Glassfish reports: Portable JNDI names for EJB CampaignController : [java:global/CoreServer/CampaignController!mvs.api.CampaignControllerRemote, java:global/CoreServer/CampaignController] Glassfish-specific (Non-portable) JNDI names for EJB CampaignController : [mvs.api.CampaignControllerRemote, mvs.api.CampaignControllerRemote#mvs.api.CampaignControllerRemote] I tried all four names, none worked. Is the appclient unable to access beans with (only) Remote interfaces?

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  • EJB3 - @Column(insertable="false") question

    - by WhiteTigerK
    Hi All, I'm building a J2SE application with EJB3 and an Oracle Express Edition DB. My problem is like that - I set an EntityBean in my project which matches a table in the DB. The table contains a column which is not nullable and has a default value. All I want is that when persisting a new data to this table using the EJB, the column's value will get its default value. This is how I set it in the project: //holds user's first name @Basic(optional = true) @Column(name = "FIRST_NAME", insertable = false, updatable = true, nullable = false) private String m_firstName; I also set it in the ORM.XML file: <basic name="firstName"> <column name="FIRST_NAME" insertable="false" updatable="true" nullable="false"/> </basic> But for some reason, when creating a new EntityBean and not setting the first name field, and then trying to persist it, i get the following exception: Exception [TOPLINK-4002] (Oracle TopLink Essentials - 2.1 (Build b60e-fcs (12/23/2008))): oracle.toplink.essentials.exceptions.DatabaseException Internal Exception: java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01400: cannot insert NULL into ("TSDB"."USERS"."FIRST_NAME") Which means that the persistence manager tries to insert the first name field although I told it not to. Am I doing something wrong here ? Thanks!

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  • Packaging ejb3 swing client

    - by soontobeared
    Hi, I get the "java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFac tory" error while running my packaged ejb3 swing client jar. Here's the stack trace. G:\Courses\OSUMC\Installables\June 5\New>java -jar MetaDB-Client.jar javax.naming.NoInitialContextException: Cannot instantiate class: org.jnp.interf aces.NamingContextFactory [Root exception is java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: o rg.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory] at javax.naming.spi.NamingManager.getInitialContext(Unknown Source) at javax.naming.InitialContext.getDefaultInitCtx(Unknown Source) at javax.naming.InitialContext.init(Unknown Source) at javax.naming.InitialContext.<init>(Unknown Source) at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.facade.BaseEJBFacade.getInitialContext(BaseE JBFacade.java:26) at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.facade.UserManagerFacade.getUserManager(User ManagerFacade.java:24) at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.facade.UserManagerFacade.isUserNameAvailable (UserManagerFacade.java:44) at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.MainFrame.main(MainFrame.java:269) Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFac tory at java.net.URLClassLoader$1.run(Unknown Source) at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method) at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(Unknown Source) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) at sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method) at java.lang.Class.forName(Unknown Source) at com.sun.naming.internal.VersionHelper12.loadClass(Unknown Source) ... 8 more Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.facade.UserManagerFacade.isUserNameAvailable (UserManagerFacade.java:44) at net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.MainFrame.main(MainFrame.java:269) Here are my packaged swing client Jar contents:- MetaDB-Client.jar \lib - contains all jboss\client jars \net\.. - contains class files(from both client and server) META-INF MANIFEST.MF jndi.properties Here's my jndi.properties:- java.naming.factory.initial=org.jnp.interfaces.NamingContextFactory java.naming.factory.url.pkgs=org.jboss.naming:org.jnp.interfaces java.naming.provider.url=localhost:1099 Here's my MANIFEST.MF:- Manifest-Version: 1.0 Main-Class: net.massmatrix.metadb.ui.MainFrame Class-Path: lib/* Command used to create the jar:- jar cfm MetaDB-Client.jar MANIFEST.MF net\* lib\* jndi.properties What else am i missing ? Thanks.

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  • Servlet receives null from Remote EJB3 Session Bean

    - by Hank
    I'm sure this is a beginner error... So I have a JEE6 application with entities, facades (implementing the persistence layer) and Stateless Session Beans (EJB3) with Remote interfaces (providing access to the entities via facades). This is working fine. Via the SLSB I can retrieve and manipulate entities. Now, I'm trying to do this from a Web Application (deployed on the same Glassfish, entity+interface definitions from JEE app imported as separate jar). I have a Servlet, that receives an instance of the SLSB injected. I get it to retrieve an entity, and the following happens (I can see it in the logs): the remote SLSB gets instantiated, its method called SLSB instantiates the facade, calls the 'get' method facade retrieves object from DB, returns it SLSB returns the object to the caller (all is good until here) calling servlet receives .. null !! What is going wrong? This should work, right? MyServlet: public class MyServlet extends HttpServlet { @EJB private CampaignControllerRemote campaignController; // remote SLSB protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, HttpServletResponse response) throws ServletException, IOException { response.setContentType("text/plain"); PrintWriter out = response.getWriter(); try { Campaign c = campaignController.getCampaign(5L); // id of an existing campaign out.println("Got "+ c.getId()); // c is null !! } finally { out.close(); } } ... } Pls let me know if you want to see other code, and I'll update the post.

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  • How does a java web project architecture look like without EJB3 ?

    - by Hendrik
    A friend and I are building a fairly complex website based on java. (PHP would have been more obvious but we chose for java because the educational aspect of this project is important to us) We have already decided to use JSF (with richfaces) for the front end and JPA for the backend and so far we have decided not to use EJB3 for the business layer. The reason we've decided not to use EJB3 is because - and please correct me if I am wrong - if we use EJB3 we can only run it on a full blown java application server like jboss and if we don't use EJB3 we can still run it on a lightweight server like tomcat. We want to keep speed and cost of our future web server in mind. So far i've worked on two JEE projects and both used the full stack with web business logic factories/persistence service entities with every layer a seperate module. Now here is my question, if you dont use EJB3 in the business logic layer. What does the layer look like? Please tell what is common practice when developing java web projects without ejb3? Do you think business logic layer can be thrown out altogether and have business logic in the backing beans? If you keep the layer, do you have all business methods static? Or do you initialize each business class as needed in the backing beans in every session as needed?

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  • logback with EJB3.1

    - by kgrad
    I am using logback/slf4j to handle logging in my application. Everything was working perfectly until I started using EJBs. Once I added a stateless EJB to my app, the logger started ignoring my logback.xml and stopped using my appenders. I switched to a programmatic logger configuration to see what was wrong and now I am getting the following error when I try to use my logger within the EJB: org.slf4j.impl.JDK14LoggerFactory cannot be cast to ch.qos.logback.classic.LoggerContext stemming from the line: LoggerContext lc = (LoggerContext) LoggerFactory.getILoggerFactory(); Is there any special configuration necessary to get logback to work with EJBs? If it matters I am deploying on glassfish v3.

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  • EJB3 Remote vs Webservices, performances?

    - by HerQuLe
    Hello I'm planning to a webapp where every guy using it would have a client that would run computations on its computer (because these computations can't be done on the server, too much load...), and then send results to the server. I guess there will be lot of people interested in my application and that's why i'm wonder if my architecture is good and if i'll be able to handle thousands of people. I'm planning to expose remote EJB through JNDI with Glassfish server, so 1000 people could use these EJB at the same time (i guess there could be 5-50 requests / second) to retrieve the data needed for local computation, and then to send the results... Is it expensive to expose EJB to many clients? Would it be better to use webservices, rmi, another solution? Would you recommend me another architecture for what i'm going to do?

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  • EJB3 - using 2 persistence units within a transaction (Exception: Local transaction already has 1 no

    - by Sorcha
    I am trying to use 2 persistence units within the same transaction in a JEE application deployed on Glassfish. The 2 persistence units are defined in persistence.xml, as follows: <persistence-unit name="BeachWater"> <jta-data-source>jdbc/BeachWater</jta-data-source> ... <persistence-unit name="LIMS"> <jta-data-source>jdbc/BeachWaterLIMS</jta-data-source> ... These persistence units correspond to JDBC resources and connection pools which I had defined in Glassfish as follows (include one here as both are identical apart from names & database connection info): JDBC Resource: JNDI Name: jdbc/BeachWaterLIMS Pool Name: BEACHWATER_LIMS Connection Pool: Name: BEACHWATER_LIMS Datasource Classname: com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerConnectionPoolDataSource Resource Type: javax.sql.ConnectionPoolDataSource There are 3 stateless session beans, LimsServiceBean, AnalysisServiceBean and AnalysisDataTransformationServiceBean. Here are the relevant snippets from LimsServiceBean: @PersistenceContext(unitName = "LIMS") EntityManager em; ... public ArrayList<Sample> getLatestLIMSData() { Query q = em.createNamedQuery("Sample.findBySubTypeStatus"); return new ArrayList<Sample>(q.getResultList()); } From AnalysisServiceBean: @PersistenceContext(unitName = "BeachWater") EntityManager em; ... public ArrayList<AnalysisType> getAllAnalysisTypes() { Query q = em.createNamedQuery("AnalysisType.findAll"); return new ArrayList<AnalysisType>(q.getResultList()); } And from AnalysisDataTransformationServiceBean: @EJB private AnalysisService analysisService; @EJB private LimsService limsService; public void transformData() { List<AnalysisType> analysisTypes = analysisService.getAllAnalysisTypes(); ArrayList<Sample> samples = limsService.getLatestLIMSData(); This call to limsService.getLatestLIMSData() caused the following exception: [exec] Caused by: javax.ejb.TransactionRolledbackLocalException: Exception thrown from bean; nested exception is: Exception [TOPLINK-4002] (Oracle TopLink Essentials - 2.1 (Build b60e-fcs (12/23/2008))): oracle.toplink.essentials.exceptions.DatabaseException [exec] Internal Exception: java.sql.SQLException: Error in allocating a connection. Cause: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Local transaction already has 1 non-XA Resource: cannot add more resources. Having consulted this page, http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms378484.aspx (among many others), I tried changing the definition of the connection pools to: Connection Pool: Name: BEACHWATER_LIMS Datasource Classname: com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerXADataSource Resource Type: javax.sql.XADataSource Ping via the Glassfish admin console succeeds, but call to analysisService.getAllAnalysisTypes() now throws an exception: Caused by: javax.ejb.TransactionRolledbackLocalException: Exception thrown from bean; nested exception is: Exception [TOPLINK-4002] (Oracle TopLink Essentials - 2.1 (Build b60e-fcs (12/23/2008))): oracle.toplink.essentials.exceptions.DatabaseException Internal Exception: java.sql.SQLException: Error in allocating a connection. Cause: javax.transaction.SystemException Any ideas?

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  • EJB3 Transaction Propogation

    - by Matt S.
    I have a stateless bean something like: @Stateless public class MyStatelessBean implements MyStatelessLocal, MyStatelessRemote { @PersistenceContext(unitName="myPC") private EntityManager mgr; @TransationAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.SUPPORTED) public void processObjects(List<Object> objs) { // this method just processes the data; no need for a transaction for(Object obj : objs) { this.process(obj); } } @TransationAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.REQUIRES_NEW) public void process(Object obj) { // do some work with obj that must be in the scope of a transaction this.mgr.merge(obj); // ... this.mgr.merge(obj); // ... this.mgr.flush(); } } The typically usage then is the client would call processObjects(...), which doesn't actually interact with the entity manager. It does what it needs to do and calls process(...) individually for each object to process. The duration of process(...) is relatively short, but processObjects(...) could take a very long time to run through everything. Therefore I don't want it to maintain an open transaction. I do need the individual process(...) operations to operate within their own transaction. This should be a new transaction for every call. Lastly I'd like to keep the option open for the client to call process(...) directly. I've tried a number of different transaction types: never, not supported, supported (on processObjects) and required, requires new (on process) but I get TransactionRequiredException every time merge() is called. I've been able to make it work by splitting up the methods into two different beans: @Stateless @TransationAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.NOT_SUPPORTED) public class MyStatelessBean1 implements MyStatelessLocal1, MyStatelessRemote1 { @EJB private MyStatelessBean2 myBean2; public void processObjects(List<Object> objs) { // this method just processes the data; no need for a transaction for(Object obj : objs) { this.myBean2.process(obj); } } } @Stateless public class MyStatelessBean2 implements MyStatelessLocal2, MyStatelessRemote2 { @PersistenceContext(unitName="myPC") private EntityManager mgr; @TransationAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.REQUIRES_NEW) public void process(Object obj) { // do some work with obj that must be in the scope of a transaction this.mgr.merge(obj); // ... this.mgr.merge(obj); // ... this.mgr.flush(); } } but I'm still curious if it's possible to accomplish this in one class. It looks to me like the transaction manager only operates at the bean level, even when individual methods are given more specific annotations. So if I mark one method in a way to prevent the transaction from starting calling other methods within that same instance will also not create a transaction, no matter how they're marked? I'm using JBoss Application Server 4.2.1.GA, but non-specific answers are welcome / preferred.

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  • EJB3 Entity and Lazy Problem

    - by Stefano
    My Entity beAN have 2 list: @Entity @Table(name = "TABLE_INTERNAL") public class Internal implements java.io.Serializable { ...SOME GETTERS AND SETTERS... private List<Match> matchs; private List<Regional> regionals; } mapped one FetchType.LAZY and one FetchType.EAGER : @OneToMany(fetch = FetchType.LAZY,mappedBy = "internal") public List<Match> getMatchs() { return matchs; } public void setMatchs(List<Match> matchs) { this.matchs = matchs; } @ManyToMany(targetEntity = Regional.class, mappedBy = "internals", fetch =FetchType.EAGER) public List<Regional> getRegionals() { return regionals; } public void setRegionals(List<Regional> regionals) { this.regionals = regionals; } I need both lists full ! But I cant put two FetchType.EAGER beacuse it's an error. I try some test: List<Internal> out; out= em.createQuery("from Internal").getResultList(); out= em.createQuery("from Internal i JOIN FETCH i.regionals ").getResultList(); I'm not able to fill both lists...Help!!! Stefano

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  • Problem in creation MDB Queue connection at Jboss StartUp

    - by Amit Ruwali
    I am not able to create a Queue connection in JBOSS4.2.3GA Version & Java1.5, as I am using MDB as per the below details. I am putting this MDB in a jar file(named utsJar.jar) and copied it in deploy folder of JBOSS, In the test env. this MDB works well but in another env. [ env settings and jboss/java ver is same ] it is throwing error at jboss start up [attached below ]. I have searched for this error but couldn't find any solution till now; was there any issue of port confict or something related with configurations ? UTSMessageListner.java @MessageDriven(activationConfig = { @ActivationConfigProperty(propertyName="destinationType", propertyValue="javax.jms.Queue"), @ActivationConfigProperty(propertyName="destination", propertyValue="queue/UTSQueue") }) @TransactionAttribute(TransactionAttributeType.NOT_SUPPORTED) public class UTSMessageListner implements MessageListener { public void onMessage(Message msg) { ObjectMessage objmsg = (ObjectMessage) msg; try { UTSListVO utsMessageListVO = (UTSListVO) objmsg.getObject(); if(utsMessageListVO.getUtsMessageList()!=null) { UtsWebServiceLogger.logMessage("UTSMessageListner:onMessage: SIZE Of UTSMessage List =[" +utsMessageListVO.getUtsMessageList().size() + "]"); UTSDataLayerImpl.getInstance().insertUTSMessage(utsMessageListVO); } else { UtsWebServiceLogger.logMessage("UTSMessageListner:onMessage: Message List is NULL"); } } catch (Exception ex) { UtsWebServiceLogger.logMessage("UTSMessageListner:onMessage: Error Receiving Message"+ExceptionUtility.getStackTrace(ex)); } } } [ I have also attached whole server.log as an attach] /// ///////////////////////////////// Error Trace is Below while starting the server /////////////////////////// 2010-03-12 07:05:40,061 WARN [org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer] Could not find the queue destination-jndi-name=queue/UTSQueue 2010-03-12 07:05:40,061 WARN [org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer] destination not found: queue/UTSQueue reason: javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: queue not bound 2010-03-12 07:05:40,061 WARN [org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer] creating a new temporary destination: queue/UTSQueue 2010-03-12 07:05:40,071 WARN [org.jboss.system.ServiceController] Problem starting service jboss.j2ee:ear=uts.ear,jar=utsJar.jar,name=UTSMessageListner,service=EJB3 java.lang.NullPointerException at org.jboss.mq.server.jmx.DestinationManager.createDestination(DestinationManager.java:336) at org.jboss.mq.server.jmx.DestinationManager.createQueue(DestinationManager.java:293) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.ejb3.JmxClientKernelAbstraction.invoke(JmxClientKernelAbstraction.java:44) at org.jboss.ejb3.jms.DestinationManagerJMSDestinationFactory.createDestination(DestinationManagerJMSDestinationFactory.java:75) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.createTemporaryDestination(MessagingContainer.java:573) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.createDestination(MessagingContainer.java:512) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.innerCreateQueue(MessagingContainer.java:438) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.jmsCreate(MessagingContainer.java:400) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.innerStart(MessagingContainer.java:166) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MessagingContainer.start(MessagingContainer.java:152) at org.jboss.ejb3.mdb.MDB.start(MDB.java:126) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.ejb3.ServiceDelegateWrapper.startService(ServiceDelegateWrapper.java:103) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalStart(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:289) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalLifecycle(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:245) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor4.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController$ServiceProxy.invoke(ServiceController.java:978) at $Proxy0.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController.start(ServiceController.java:417) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor10.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy53.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.ejb3.JmxKernelAbstraction.install(JmxKernelAbstraction.java:120) at org.jboss.ejb3.Ejb3Deployment.registerEJBContainer(Ejb3Deployment.java:301) at org.jboss.ejb3.Ejb3Deployment.start(Ejb3Deployment.java:362) at org.jboss.ejb3.Ejb3Module.startService(Ejb3Module.java:91) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalStart(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:289) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalLifecycle(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:245) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor4.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController$ServiceProxy.invoke(ServiceController.java:978) at $Proxy0.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController.start(ServiceController.java:417) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor10.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy33.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.ejb3.EJB3Deployer.start(EJB3Deployer.java:512) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.AbstractInterceptor.invoke(AbstractInterceptor.java:133) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.invoke(ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.java:142) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.DynamicInterceptor.invoke(DynamicInterceptor.java:97) at org.jboss.system.InterceptorServiceMBeanSupport.invokeNext(InterceptorServiceMBeanSupport.java:238) at org.jboss.wsf.container.jboss42.DeployerInterceptor.start(DeployerInterceptor.java:87) at org.jboss.deployment.SubDeployerInterceptorSupport$XMBeanInterceptor.start(SubDeployerInterceptorSupport.java:188) at org.jboss.deployment.SubDeployerInterceptor.invoke(SubDeployerInterceptor.java:95) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy34.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.start(MainDeployer.java:1025) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.start(MainDeployer.java:1015) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.deploy(MainDeployer.java:819) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.deploy(MainDeployer.java:782) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor20.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.AbstractInterceptor.invoke(AbstractInterceptor.java:133) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.invoke(ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.java:142) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy9.deploy(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.deployment.scanner.URLDeploymentScanner.deploy(URLDeploymentScanner.java:421) at org.jboss.deployment.scanner.URLDeploymentScanner.scan(URLDeploymentScanner.java:634) at org.jboss.deployment.scanner.AbstractDeploymentScanner$ScannerThread.doScan(AbstractDeploymentScanner.java:263) at org.jboss.deployment.scanner.AbstractDeploymentScanner.startService(AbstractDeploymentScanner.java:336) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalStart(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:289) at org.jboss.system.ServiceMBeanSupport.jbossInternalLifecycle(ServiceMBeanSupport.java:245) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor4.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController$ServiceProxy.invoke(ServiceController.java:978) at $Proxy0.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.system.ServiceController.start(ServiceController.java:417) at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor10.invoke(Unknown Source) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:86) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy4.start(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.deployment.SARDeployer.start(SARDeployer.java:304) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.start(MainDeployer.java:1025) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.deploy(MainDeployer.java:819) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.deploy(MainDeployer.java:782) at org.jboss.deployment.MainDeployer.deploy(MainDeployer.java:766) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39) at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ReflectedDispatcher.invoke(ReflectedDispatcher.java:155) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.dispatch(Invocation.java:94) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.AbstractInterceptor.invoke(AbstractInterceptor.java:133) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.interceptor.ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.invoke(ModelMBeanOperationInterceptor.java:142) at org.jboss.mx.server.Invocation.invoke(Invocation.java:88) at org.jboss.mx.server.AbstractMBeanInvoker.invoke(AbstractMBeanInvoker.java:264) at org.jboss.mx.server.MBeanServerImpl.invoke(MBeanServerImpl.java:659) at org.jboss.mx.util.MBeanProxyExt.invoke(MBeanProxyExt.java:210) at $Proxy5.deploy(Unknown Source) at org.jboss.system.server.ServerImpl.doStart(ServerImpl.java:482) at org.jboss.system.server.ServerImpl.start(ServerImpl.java:362) at org.jboss.Main.boot(Main.java:200) at org.jboss.Main$1.run(Main.java:508) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:595)

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  • ClassFormatError when using javaee:javaee-api

    - by Digambar Daund
    This is my pom.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <project xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/POM/4.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/maven-v4_0_0.xsd"> <modelVersion>4.0.0</modelVersion> <parent> <groupId>dd</groupId> <artifactId>jee6</artifactId> <version>0.0.1-SNAPSHOT</version> </parent> <groupId>dd</groupId> <artifactId>business-tier-impl</artifactId> <name>business-tier-impl</name> <version>0.0.1-SNAPSHOT</version> <packaging>ejb</packaging> <description>business-tier-impl</description> <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>javax</groupId> <artifactId>javaee-api</artifactId> <version>6.0</version> <scope>provided</scope> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>org.testng</groupId> <artifactId>testng</artifactId> <version>5.11</version> <scope>test</scope> <classifier>jdk15</classifier> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>org.apache.openejb</groupId> <artifactId>openejb-core</artifactId> <version>3.1.2</version> <scope>test</scope> </dependency> </dependencies> <build> <plugins> <plugin> <artifactId>maven-compiler-plugin</artifactId> <configuration> <source>1.6</source> <target>1.6</target> </configuration> </plugin> <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-ejb-plugin</artifactId> <configuration> <ejbVersion>3.1.2</ejbVersion> </configuration> </plugin> <plugin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId> </plugin> </plugins> </build> </project> Below is the testcase setup methhod: @BeforeClass public void bootContainer() throws Exception { Properties props = new Properties(); props.setProperty(Context.INITIAL_CONTEXT_FACTORY, LocalInitialContextFactory.class.getName()); Context context = new InitialContext(props); service = (HelloService) context.lookup("HelloServiceLocal"); } I get error at line where InitialContext() is created... Apache OpenEJB 3.1 build: 20081009-03:31 http://openejb.apache.org/ INFO - openejb.home = C:\DD\WORKSPACES\jee6\business-tier-impl INFO - openejb.base = C:\DD\WORKSPACES\jee6\business-tier-impl FATAL - OpenEJB has encountered a fatal error and cannot be started: OpenEJB encountered an unexpected error while attempting to instantiate the assembler. java.lang.ClassFormatError: Absent Code attribute in method that is not native or abstract in class file javax/resource/spi/ResourceAdapterInternalException . . . FAILED CONFIGURATION: @BeforeClass bootContainer javax.naming.NamingException: Attempted to load OpenEJB. OpenEJB has encountered a fatal error and cannot be started: OpenEJB encountered an unexpected error while attempting to instantiate the assembler.: Absent Code attribute in method that is not native or abstract in class file javax/resource/spi/ResourceAdapterInternalException [Root exception is org.apache.openejb.OpenEJBException: OpenEJB has encountered a fatal error and cannot be started: OpenEJB encountered an unexpected error while attempting to instantiate the assembler.: Absent Code attribute in method that is not native or abstract in class file javax/resource/spi/ResourceAdapterInternalException] at org.apache.openejb.client.LocalInitialContextFactory.init(LocalInitialContextFactory.java:54) at org.apache.openejb.client.LocalInitialContextFactory.getInitialContext(LocalInitialContextFactory.java:41) at javax.naming.spi.NamingManager.getInitialContext(NamingManager.java:667) at javax.naming.InitialContext.getDefaultInitCtx(InitialContext.java:288) at javax.naming.InitialContext.init(InitialContext.java:223) at javax.naming.InitialContext.<init>(InitialContext.java:197) at dd.jee6.app.HelloServiceTest.bootContainer(HelloServiceTest.java:26) Caused by: org.apache.openejb.OpenEJBException: OpenEJB has encountered a fatal error and cannot be started: OpenEJB encountered an unexpected error while attempting to instantiate the assembler.: Absent Code attribute in method that is not native or abstract in class file javax/resource/spi/ResourceAdapterInternalException at org.apache.openejb.OpenEJB$Instance.<init>(OpenEJB.java:133) at org.apache.openejb.OpenEJB.init(OpenEJB.java:299) at org.apache.openejb.OpenEJB.init(OpenEJB.java:278) at org.apache.openejb.loader.OpenEJBInstance.init(OpenEJBInstance.java:36) at org.apache.openejb.client.LocalInitialContextFactory.init(LocalInitialContextFactory.java:69) at org.apache.openejb.client.LocalInitialContextFactory.init(LocalInitialContextFactory.java:52) ... 28 more Caused by: java.lang.ClassFormatError: Absent Code attribute in method that is not native or abstract in class file javax/resource/spi/ResourceAdapterInternalException at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)

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  • Communication between EJB3 Instances (JEE inter-bean communication) possible?

    - by Hank
    I'm designing a part of a JEE6 application, consisting of EJB3 beans. Part of the requirements are multiple parallel (say a few hundred) long running (over days) database hunts. Individual hunts have different search parameters (start time, end time, query filter). Parameters may get changed over time. Currently I'm thinking of the following: SearchController (Stateless Session Bean) formulates a set of search parameters, sends it off to a SearchListener via JMS SearchListener (Message Driven Bean) receives search parameters, instantiates a SearchWorker with the parameters SearchWorker (SLSB) hunts repeatedly through the database; when it finds something, the result is sent off via JMS, and the search continues; when the given 'end-time' has reached, it ends What I'm wondering now: Is there a problem, with EJB3 instances running for days? (Other than that I need to be able to deal with container restarts...) How do I know how many and which EJB instances of SearchWorker are currently running? Is it possible to communicate with them individually (similar to sending a System V signal to a unix process), e.g. to send new parameters, to end an instance, etc..

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  • EJB3 Caching Instance Variables

    - by Justin
    Hi, I've noticed some strange code on a project I am working on - its a SLSB EJB3, and it uses a private instance variable to maintain a cache of data (it even calls it dataCache or something), with a getter/setter. For EJB2 and bellow, this was a typical EJB antipattern - SLSBs are not meant to retain state in between invocations, theres no guarantee you'll see the same data on a subsequent invocation. One of my colleagues said maybe its ok in EJB3 (we don't have much EJB3 experience), but still, its a Stateless Session Bean - why is it trying to maintain state, this doesn't make sense. Can anyone confirm if this is still a bad idea in EJB3 land, or if somehow it is ok? Thanks if you can help, Justin

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