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Hi All,

With regard to Stateful session beans for EJB 2.0 , i coded a bean that will just print a number.

The main thing i tried to go for is to make the pool size as two in jboss . Then i go for creating four stateful session bean instances.Since only two beans are allowed and i am creating four hence the container has to passivate some and activate some. This is mainly the thing i am trying to check out.

For this i added the following to my jboss.xml:


Still am happily creating four instances and none are getting passivated.
I made the calls from four different threads so as to make them concurrent with no help.

Please suggest why the above jboss xml configurations are not making effect.
Does it have any other dependencies?

My Client code is as follows:


My Main Bean class is as follows:





My deployment descriptor and jboss xml are as follows:





Thanks,
Sandip
 
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