|Re: WebSphere deployment [message #115198 is a reply to message #115189]
||Wed, 10 December 2008 08:56
Originally posted by: rherrmann.innoopract.com|
note that if you are using the Jobs API it shouldn't be necessary to
explicitly call activate()/deactivate(). The RAP adaption of the
Jobs infrastructure does this for you.
Boris Stepanov wrote:
> Hi Rüdiger,
> Thanks for advice, I did it as you described in one of your posts using
> SessionStoreListener and problem is fixed now. I use
> UICallback.activate() in WorkbenchWindowAdvisor.preWindowOpen()
> (SessionStoreListener is added there) and UICallback.deactivate() in
> WorkbenchWindowAdvisor.postWindowClose(). I'm not sure that use correct
> places for that, I need callback ability in full application, where is
> the best place for this task?
>> Boris Stepanov wrote:
>>> Hi, Rüdiger!
>>> I've deployed my application to WebSphere without problems, but I see
>>> another problem - I can't stop application after using application
>>> url in browser, so I think that problem appear when workbench is
>>> Do you have any ideas how to fix it?
>> first thing I would do is to make sure that the code uses
>> UICallback#activate() in pair with #deactivate()
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