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Micheal John
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I am just too curious to see what are the things container generated in the jar file after deploying:

I have the following files in the jar, which were generated by the container while deploying:

1. Advice (Component interface)
2. AdviceBean
3. AdviceHome (home interface)
4. AdviceBean_RemoteHomeImpl (implementation for home interface)
5. AdviceBean_EJBObjectImpl (implementation for component interface)
6. _AdviceHome_Stub (Home stub, which will be send to the client by lookup)
7. _Advice_Stub (Component stub/EJBObject stub)

8. _AdviceBean_RemoteHomeImpl_Tie (what is this???)
9. _AdviceBean_EJBObjectImpl_Tie (what is this???)

What are classes 8 & 9 are used for? Just want to know this...any idea/help?
 
Darya Akbari
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Micheal John,

Is that your real name ?
 
Micheal John
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Why you have this doubt darya? and also may I know how it is related to my question?
 
Darya Akbari
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There is a naming policy at JavaRanch. I did answer question from you in another and saw that you put questions again and aagain.
 
Micheal John
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You are meant to say, this same question have been posted by me twice..?Can you give me the link where I had post twice?

And regarding the naming policy, I have been with this group for more than 5 months and part of SCJP, SCWCD forums also and nobody/moderator has complaint about this..

Anyway thanks for your input.. and if you have time you can show the thread where I have opened twice for the same issue, so that I can avoid it in future, if any..
 
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I had a look at one of my stateless session beans compiled using weblogic ejbc. I cant find any _tie classes. I guess it is vendor specific ? Are you using websphere ? I am not sure what they are used for.
 
Micheal John
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Actually I am using J2EE Server, which is mentioned in the HFEJB book..
 
Micheal John
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Actually I am using J2EE Server, which is mentioned in the HFEJB book..
 
Mansur Khan
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Yes, I see both the *_tie.class files. The jar was generated by RI. They sure are vendor-specific and I see that both implement the org.omg.PortableServer.Servant class. They are IDL-compliant CORBA classes and help the *stubs*(both) in the calls over the network ( to EJBObjectImpl and HomeObject) .

Please correct me if I am wrong.
 
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Actually I am using J2EE Server, which is mentioned in the HFEJB book..

According to RMI, Tie classes are used on the server side to process incoming calls, and dispatch the calls to the proper implementation class.
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/rmi-iiop/rmi_iiop_pg.html
 
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Just to (hopefully) end the discussion on the naming policy ...

Everyone on this site is a volunteer. And everyone on this site helps contribute to this site. So we don't have a problem with anyone asking anyone else if they are using their correct name or not. Nor do we have a problem with anyone pointing out duplicate posts. So, thank you Darya for helping us.

However in this particular case I think the questioning of Micheal's name is unneeded. I can find 19 people in California alone with the name Micheal John.

Micheal - thank you for being patient and keeping the conversation friendly.

Regards, Andrew
 
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According to RMI, Tie classes are used on the server side to process incoming calls, and dispatch the calls to the proper implementation class.
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/rmi-iiop/rmi_iiop_pg.html


Thanks for that Satou. I had a hunch that they were either related to CORBA or they had something to do on the server side (I was thinking something skeleton like).
 
Darya Akbari
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Originally posted by Andrew Monkhouse:
However in this particular case I think the questioning of Micheal's name is unneeded. I can find 19 people in California alone with the name Micheal John.


That was really astonishing to me that this name really exists
:roll: .

Micheal, please accept my appologies .

Best Regards,
Darya
 
Micheal John
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No Problem Darya, Take it easy!!
 
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