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Hi,

We are calling EJB from a VC++ front end client (Tuxedo V7.1).
The architecture is like below:

Client (VC++ 6.0) --> Tuxedo Domain (V 8.0) --> Weblogic domain (8.1 SP5) --> EJB (running in different application server).

The Problem:
If the client is not making the call to the EJB for a long time (around 15 hours) the connection between
Tuxedo Domain and Weblogic is being dropped. Can anyone let me know why it's happening and what is the solution for that?

Thanks
pbsmbc
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Are you using WTC or JOLT ? Does WLS in DMZ ?

You may need to create job to send transaction continuously so that it keeps the connection.

One of option could be implement simpcl and simpserv between Tuxedo and WLS and kick off simpcl client with interval to keep the connection.

In our application, We use JOLT between WLS and Tuxedo and have crontab job which kick off simpcl so that DMZ/Firewall do not drop connection because of inactivity.

Cheers.

Andy
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