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  1. #1
    Buddika Guest

    Can a background process run under an appserver


    Can you deploy an application to run inside appserver environment for a extended
    period without client interaction (i.e. in back ground).

    Can you add new services (e.g. a Scheduler) in to an AppServer.

    I'm trying to port an standalone background program, to utilize all the good
    stuff that an App server provides.

    Thanks in Advance

  2. #2
    Cirrus Guest

    Re: Can a background process run under an appserver


    Short answer : YES

    Long Answer :

    To implemenmt a scheduler you may need to have an interface...more specifically
    if you are using a Java app server an interface with a JNDI name.

    The simplest form of a scheduler is a JMS Server app with other apps having
    a JMS connection to this server.

    Cheers!!


    "Buddika" <buddikagaj@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Can you deploy an application to run inside appserver environment for a

    extended
    >period without client interaction (i.e. in back ground).
    >
    >Can you add new services (e.g. a Scheduler) in to an AppServer.
    >
    >I'm trying to port an standalone background program, to utilize all the

    good
    >stuff that an App server provides.
    >
    >Thanks in Advance



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