[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: @Startup help...
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Thu Jan 25 15:31:01 EST 2007
I designated an APPLICATION scoped bean as the startup object - I have the startup object get a handle to a stateless bean and invoke a method which subsequently creates timer object.
Going back to the start of this thread...I am trying to start an EJB Timer on startup of the application - it doesn't seem like an unreasonable thing to do - it's pretty darn simple to start a timer using Spring (via JDK Timers or Quartz) or a good-ole-fashioned ServletContextListener, etc. I hoped that Seam would be helpful in this regards since I am already using Seam in this application.
So given that "This doesn't really make sense. ", do you have any suggestions for starting a Timer process on startup in an EJB3 / Seam application?
As an alternative, I can simply put a link or button on page that invokes the method which creates the timer - this works fine - I've tested it. But really I would like to be able to achieve the 'startup behavior'.
PS: It's interesting you say that:
anonymous wrote : Only stateful objects can be meaningfully "created".
because in this thread http://www.jboss.com/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&t=98545&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
everybody seems to insist that a stateless bean must be 'created' - how confusing!?!
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