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SCEA 5/1 - WS Sandobox question

 
Steven Colley
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EJB's that are exposed as Web Services run in a restricted container outside of the standard EJB container.

- FALSE It runs in the same sandbox as other EJBs.

Question : and what about WS ? (that are not mandatory to run into app servers ?)

- how does it work ?


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Hi Steven,

I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you talking about a web service that is running stand-alone? In which case, if there is no container, then it is not running in a sandbox with anything else (because it is stand alone), and whatever sandbox it is running in (if it is even running in one) is defined by the developer of the stand alone web service.

This would be fairly unusual though, as normally you would want your web service to connect to other objects (whether data sources or applications), and you would normally want the security and sandboxing capabilities that a container will give you.

Plus you would normally not want to build everything from scratch.

So probably I am missing the question.

By the way - are these questions from a mock exam? And if so, which one? How are you finding it (I suspect it is not good given the number of questions you are raising)?

Regards, Andrew
 
Steven Colley
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Right..the main question was about a WS running outside of app server...if there would is the concept of having a WS still running in a "sandbox"...

isn't there this concept if the WS run as standalone ? and what about security issues ?


With regards to the questions...yes..from epractice exam from Sum ...
In fact this is a good tool...but there are few explanations you see....and I'm trying to confirm some of them since I've been studying alone you see

Tks so much Andrew!! ;-)
 
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