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Recent posts by Sowmya BC

Tong,
Did you check the error logs ? What does it say ?

Sowmya
[ August 17, 2002: Message edited by: Sowmya BC ]

Originally posted by indrajit bose:
what is j2ee_home?under which folder will i find it in my j2sdkee1.3?


J2EE_HOME is the installation directory itself. Suppose your installation dir is C:\j2sdkee.1.3 this is the value of your J2EE_HOME.
You could try reading the tutorials at
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/
For working with Weblogic Server you can refer to the documentation at :
http://edocs.bea.com/index.html

Sowmya
[ July 23, 2002: Message edited by: Sowmya BC ]
19 years ago
Hi,
>>if deploytool is running then obviously this should run isn't it.
If your server is not starting , the problem could be because of IP port conflicts.
You can check the log files under the installation directory to figure out what the problem is .

Sowmya
Hi,
If you have set
Path to c:\j2sdkee1.3.1\bin
Set J2EE_HOME=C:\j2sdkee1.3.1 &
Your installation is complete
- you should be able to start the deploytool/j2ee server from the command prompt.

Sowmya
Hi,
To fix the 'Out of environment space' problem you can do this:
- Right-click on the titlebar of the MS-DOS prompt window and select Properties.
- Select the memory tab and set all the values to maximum (Total Environment, Expanded (EMS) memory, Extended (XMS) memory, etc)
The classpath in deploytool.bat does not get set due to this problem. This gets resolved once the memory is set to maximum.
Hope this helps !!

Sowmya
Hi ,
>>In an Entity Bean, if a finder method returns a large number of records (say thousands of them), will thousand bean instances be created?
This depends on the Application Server that you are using. Most application servers do what is called as 'lazy loading'. When a finder method returns say 100 records, 100 Component Interfaces are created. Its only when you call a method on the bean that a bean instance is created.
>>If yes, what happens if the number of bean instances required to be created exceed the number of instances which have been specified to be maintained in the pool?
If your application server does'nt implement lazy loading & creates a 100 bean instances, well in this case your application server could hang.
>>I know this question would have been asked many times in many forums, but I haven't been able to get a convincing reply. Can anyone answer me?
Hope I was able to clear your doubt !!

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