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Timeout property in EJB where??

 
andy armstrong
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I ran into this question one of the links..
which said false to this question..
The EJB the timeout property is defined in the deployment descriptor
If not in the deployment descriptor where??
 
Rufus BugleWeed
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I think this depends on the container you're
using.
 
himanshu airon
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Hi!
Well as per ejb specs 1.0 it was given in deployment descriptors but subsequently this was removed from the specification. Hence from EJB 1.1 onwards it depends upon, how the application server provides this facility. Thus if you want to find out time out than check your application server details e.g. if weblogic than check with BEA website, if websphere check with IBM etc.
 
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