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Listing EJBs on a server

Posted on 2004-09-16
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Hi experts,

I wonder if it is possible to write a java aplication that list all the available EJB (an their public methods) in a given server. I mean, to have a complete list getting from the user as less parameters as possible (URL, user, passwd, or maybe more security parameters if you need JAAS) and without having the name of the beans and their methods.

Is there any piece of code that shows it?

Thanks in advance.
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by:elrichal
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Just a comment, I'm a beginner in EJBs world and I use Eclipse+JBoss+Lomboz.
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by:elrichal
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Yes it is! But I don't have WebLogic, so I don't have the examples. Do you have this piece or a URL to get it? (I can't find it!)

I will prefer a more generic solution (I use JBoss), as soon as I get the code I will try here on JBoss and I will tell you if you got the points.

Thanks zzynx.

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by:cjjclifford
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for JBoss you could always use the JMX interface (http://localhost:8080/jmx-console). there are also several JMX GUI tools that interface well with JBoss (depending on the version of JBoss - the more recent the better, we use 3.0.x stream, and JMX works somewhat, its changed for 3.2.x stream, for the better apparently, I've not looked into this!)
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by:zzynx
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Well, apparently my comment was helpful
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by:elrichal
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Yes, I wil accept it zzynx. It is weblogic oriented but was a good clue to me to find a platform idependent solution.

So I will accept it.

Thanks.
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by:zzynx
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Thanks for accepting, elrichal.
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