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From Aaron Mulder <ammul...@alumni.princeton.edu>
Subject Re: MDB support
Date Thu, 25 Sep 2003 17:29:15 GMT
	I posted a message a while back with a plan for action to get a 
deployer working (as far as I know right now the deployer handles server 
components but not application components).  However, I haven't had time 
to work on it yet.  It looks like I'll have some more time to work on it 
next week.

Aaron

On Thu, 25 Sep 2003, James Strachan wrote:
> I'd like us to be able to deploy MDBs inside Geronimo ASAP - however 
> I'm not totally sure how to go about this, hence this email :).
> 
> To properly manage JMS connections and the like we need the JCA 
> implementation. Though until then I was gonna focus on the MDB hosting 
> side, where we can treat MDBs as just like a special stateless session 
> bean.
> 
> I've had a hunt around the code & it looks like the stateless session 
> beans stuff is in the core module in o.a.g.ejb.cache, e.g. 
> StatelessInstanceFactory right? First question - has anyone tried to 
> deploy any stateless SBs into Geronimo yet? I couldn't find any test 
> cases using it - is there something elsewhere I should be looking at?
> 
> Once we can deploy stateless SBs then I'd have thought doing MDBs 
> should be similar yes? Basically I was just gonna do something 
> extremely simple for now - write  a  dummy little JMS subscriber MBean 
> that can mock the JCA connection manager until the JCA part is ready, 
> and then get some MDBs working. Then folks could try hooking the mail 
> stuff into the same MDB service.
> 
> So does this all sound like a reasonable plan? Anyone working on this 
> stuff or on the EJB side of things care to correct any of my mistaken 
> assumptions.
> 
> James
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