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What is the lifecycle of Portal Service

Hi,

I am thinking in building a Protal Service as a bridge to Stateful Session EBJ.

so i have two question:

1. what is the lifecycle of Portal Service?

When the PRT destroy the Portal service

2. what is the relation between Portal components and Portal Service and User.

For example i have to two user

that used the same Portal Component whitch used Portal Service to creat Stateful Session EJB.

are two users useing the same ejb client?

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2005 at 01:49 PM

    Hi Raja,

    a service is started with the portal startup, if the "startup" property is set to true, or, if not, a service is started on request. It can be restarted manually via the portal interface (System Administration -- System Configuration -- Service Configuration). So a service is destroyed when the portal stops or if the service is restarted manually (then the old instance gets destroyed and a new one gets created).

    A service behaves like a singleton, so you access the same instance, independent of users and components they come from; if you want to differentiate, you have to implement the differentiation by yourself.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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