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Timer mBean

Hi,

I am currently in the process of migrating our enterprise application from Jboss to Netweaver.

one of the components we had in our application was a <b>Timer mBean</b> which used to be deployed inside Jboss and registered as a Timer Service. We had notification Listeners to this Timer service, which when fired would trigger a transaction on the server.

<i>Do we have a similar service on Netweaver- i think i came across a 'Timeout'Service - has anyone ever used it?</i>

<i>Also,can i write my own Timer mBean and deploy it on SAp WAS? If so can anyone please point me to the steps involved in depoying an mBean.</i>

Any help is much appreciated, alternatives are welcome too.

best regards]

Dushy<b></b>

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    Oct 04, 2005 at 08:44 AM

    Dushyant,

    Sorry for being too abstract, but according to JMX specs, Timer server must be available within every JMX implementation. So it is available with SAP WebAS too.

    VS

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      Hi Brian,

      Thanks for the suggestions, much appreciate it. funny enough i had printed out both the documents you attached links for but its something that never clicked in mind because i was still looking for a way to implement my Timer mBean. However your post has made me go back and thoroughly go through both the documents.

      It seems i should be able to write my own Timer mBean and register it using a servlet. Maybe thats the only way because i haven;t been able to use the Timeout service already in SAP WAS.

      I'll update this post once i have a solution, who knows may even write a weblog and score some points.

      Thanks again mate.

      Dushy