Multiple Containers in an EJB Server
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Posted By:   Jatin_Parmar
Posted On:   Thursday, April 19, 2001 12:22 AM

We need to implement ASP environment(Application Service Provider) in an EJB server(WebLogic 5.1).

Question : Can we have multiple containers in an EJB Server?
If yes how feasible is it to use one container / client for e.g. we need to replicate the scenario which is similiar to a database application wherin one Database Server(SQL server) has multiple databases and each database represents one client.
Thus we need to have one EJB Container for each client and we want all those Containers to be present in one EJB Server.
How viable is it to have only one EJB Container taking care of it?

Re: Multiple Containers in an EJB Server

Posted By:   Sergi_Arrufat  
Posted On:   Thursday, April 19, 2001 01:58 AM

A container is an executing environment for a component. The component lives in a container and, similarity, a container lives in an application server; sharing the execution environment with other containers. The container provides services to his components. You can instantiate the component for each client such as a session bean.
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