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SFSB [message #25938] Thu, 14 May 2009 07:29 Go to next message
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is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like a
statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc connection
to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session (client
login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.

Rüdiger
Re: SFSB [message #25981 is a reply to message #25938] Thu, 14 May 2009 08:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like a
> statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc connection
> to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session (client
> login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>
> Rüdiger
rüdiger,
you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
Stateless Session Beans.
EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB or
SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
Don't know if this is what you're looking for
ekke
Re: SFSB [message #26021 is a reply to message #25981] Thu, 14 May 2009 09:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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ekke schrieb:
> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like a
>> statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session
>> (client login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>>
>> Rüdiger
> rüdiger,
> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
> Stateless Session Beans.
> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB or
> SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
> ekke
Hi ekke,

you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so long
and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a running
system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if I could
have a look in your solution.

rüdiger
Re: SFSB [message #26061 is a reply to message #26021] Thu, 14 May 2009 09:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
> ekke schrieb:
>> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like
>>> a statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session
>>> (client login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>>>
>>> Rüdiger
>> rüdiger,
>> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
>> Stateless Session Beans.
>> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB
>> or SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
>> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
>> ekke
> Hi ekke,
>
> you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so long
> and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a running
> system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if I could
> have a look in your solution.
>
> rüdiger
I'm also waiting so long for my server ;-)
but there was some progress :-)

end of may redView (redview.org) will be published
(this will not help you - its the Business-UI-part)

and begin of july my server will be published
(open-erp-ware.org)
....sorry - not earlier possible
ekke
Re: SFSB [message #26102 is a reply to message #26061] Thu, 14 May 2009 10:17 Go to previous message
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ekke schrieb:
> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>> ekke schrieb:
>>> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>>>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like
>>>> a statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>>>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a
>>>> session (client login) and I would like to implement it on the
>>>> server side.
>>>>
>>>> Rüdiger
>>> rüdiger,
>>> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
>>> Stateless Session Beans.
>>> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB
>>> or SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
>>> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
>>> ekke
>> Hi ekke,
>>
>> you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so
>> long and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a
>> running system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if
>> I could have a look in your solution.
>>
>> rüdiger
> I'm also waiting so long for my server ;-)
> but there was some progress :-)
>
> end of may redView (redview.org) will be published
> (this will not help you - its the Business-UI-part)
>
> and begin of july my server will be published
> (open-erp-ware.org)
> ...sorry - not earlier possible
> ekke
hi ekke,

that should not be seen as a reproach. I'm tracing your hard work and
thanking for what you do to the community. And what you are creating is
exactly that fulfilling my needs. I will wait.

rüdiger
Re: SFSB [message #582470 is a reply to message #25938] Thu, 14 May 2009 08:01 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like a
> statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc connection
> to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session (client
> login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>
> Rüdiger
rüdiger,
you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
Stateless Session Beans.
EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB or
SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
Don't know if this is what you're looking for
ekke
Re: SFSB [message #582484 is a reply to message #25981] Thu, 14 May 2009 09:19 Go to previous message
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Messages: 21
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ekke schrieb:
> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like a
>> statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session
>> (client login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>>
>> Rüdiger
> rüdiger,
> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
> Stateless Session Beans.
> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB or
> SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
> ekke
Hi ekke,

you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so long
and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a running
system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if I could
have a look in your solution.

rüdiger
Re: SFSB [message #582501 is a reply to message #26021] Thu, 14 May 2009 09:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ekkehard.gentz-software.de

Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
> ekke schrieb:
>> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like
>>> a statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a session
>>> (client login) and I would like to implement it on the server side.
>>>
>>> Rüdiger
>> rüdiger,
>> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
>> Stateless Session Beans.
>> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB
>> or SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
>> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
>> ekke
> Hi ekke,
>
> you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so long
> and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a running
> system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if I could
> have a look in your solution.
>
> rüdiger
I'm also waiting so long for my server ;-)
but there was some progress :-)

end of may redView (redview.org) will be published
(this will not help you - its the Business-UI-part)

and begin of july my server will be published
(open-erp-ware.org)
....sorry - not earlier possible
ekke
Re: SFSB [message #582511 is a reply to message #26061] Thu, 14 May 2009 10:17 Go to previous message
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Messages: 21
Registered: July 2009
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ekke schrieb:
> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>> ekke schrieb:
>>> Rüdiger Rensinghoff-Kranen schrieb:
>>>> is there already a way in riena communication to hold something like
>>>> a statefull session bean on the server side? I need a none-jdbc
>>>> connection to a backend that can be started and stopped for a
>>>> session (client login) and I would like to implement it on the
>>>> server side.
>>>>
>>>> Rüdiger
>>> rüdiger,
>>> you can use EasyBeans OSGI EJB3 Container if you need Stateful or
>>> Stateless Session Beans.
>>> EasyBeans provides OSGI Services for your Business Interfaces to SLSB
>>> or SFSB, which you then can use vie Riena as Riena Remote Services.
>>> Don't know if this is what you're looking for
>>> ekke
>> Hi ekke,
>>
>> you are right, that could it be. But I'm waiting for your server so
>> long and for me I was not able to solve all that problems to get a
>> running system around riena and ezb. You would make me a lucky man if
>> I could have a look in your solution.
>>
>> rüdiger
> I'm also waiting so long for my server ;-)
> but there was some progress :-)
>
> end of may redView (redview.org) will be published
> (this will not help you - its the Business-UI-part)
>
> and begin of july my server will be published
> (open-erp-ware.org)
> ...sorry - not earlier possible
> ekke
hi ekke,

that should not be seen as a reproach. I'm tracing your hard work and
thanking for what you do to the community. And what you are creating is
exactly that fulfilling my needs. I will wait.

rüdiger
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