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Mariusz Malinowski
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Hi!

I write J2EE application which contains several EJB CMP and one session stateful bean (the client's application uses Swing based GUI). Because each redeployment takes a lot of time (in particular on my "fast" Pentium II, 192MB RAM) thus I have decided to use MockEJB framework during the process of developing.
I adopted my application to MockEJB (using Aspects/Interceptors for: ejbSelectAll, ejbCreate and so on) but it seems to be impossible to run any swing application with MockEJB and JUnit. The question is: if anyone knows how to avoid this problem. I do not want to make any tests. I just want to run my client's application without any J2EE server.

Maybe I want too much?

Thank you in advance!

Mariusz

[ December 15, 2004: Message edited by: Mariusz Malinowski ]

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