But it helps not me nor others.
Yeah you gave me a good idea, im gonna set a flag with a dateTime in the DB to know if my application its running, so my App will report to the DB, and my JSF page would look it up. And start the Application with a call to the system from the manageBean, that if the App its not running.
But meanwhile I am just left confused with all the interaction of renderers, editors, values and defaultstuff, that I would be very, very pleased if there is (/are) someone, that can explain to me the cooperation of CellEditors, DefaultCellEditors, DefaultTreeCellEditors, CellRenderers, DefaultTreeCellRenderers and
1. can i access the EJB's on my EE project from my regular application to access the database?
2. How can i tell to my JSF page that my regular application its actually running?
Hm, I don't see anything resembling either of these two statements in the links you posted. Also, "to prefer WS-SecurityPolicy over WS-Security" does not make sense, since WS-SecurityPolicy is used to specify how to apply WS-Security (amongst other things).
If this is just about changes in the way something is configured, then that has no impact on the actual security provided. Rampart itself is certainly not deprecated or obsolete.
Unless you have actual evidence that Rampart does not provide the security it claims to provide...
I strongly suggest to stay away from the kind of advice you gave