How to trap incoming EJB method calls

Discussion in 'Java' started by Mac, Sep 20, 2003.

  1. Mac

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    We´re building a framework for our home apps. Among some other
    services we've planned to build this services:
    - Declarative EJB exception handling
    - Automatic statistic reports (of EJB execution times and errors)
    - Automatic auditory (to know a user have been doing)

    All this is solved in the Web container. We use struts so we have a
    central point to trap calls to "servlets" and do our custom exception
    handling (send events to managers, log to JMS...)

    We can not rely exclusively on the Web tier to do all this stuff
    because we also have Fat (or Thick) clients attached directly to the
    EJB tier.

    But... How do we trap incoming EJB calls in a transparent way to
    apps??
     
    Mac, Sep 20, 2003
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