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Stopping J2EE Application

Hi,

On CE 7.1 I have my EJB apps deployed and exposed as webservices. When I try to stop the applications using the NWA the applications are stoped and the status says so, but when I invoke the webservices I'm successful (I shouldn't be because I stopped the EJB application) and the EJB application status is changed to 'started'.

Did anybody face a similar issue.

Basically I want to be able to make the EJB accessible/unaccessible without deploying/undeploying them.

Any ideas are greatly appreciated.

Rajiv.

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  • Sep 29, 2009 at 11:19 AM

    Hi

    I think the reason is caused by references between deployed applications. If let say one application A has a reference to another B and B is in stopped state then when A accesses B it'll be automatically started by server.

    BR, Siarhei

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    • It seems the application is started by J2EE Web container when some HTTP request accesses it. In general I think that such behavior is quite normal. I remember that WebDynpro applications behave similar - they are started automatically by WebDynpro container even were stopped before when there is HTTP request to the application or when it's accesses by another application by reference.

      BR, Siarhei