Thanks.  Now that any bean can be given @TransactionAttribute and
injection, the only point to using @Stateless seems to be pooling.

Jeff

On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 9:59 AM, Scott Ferguson <f...@caucho.com> wrote:
> Jeff Schnitzer wrote:
>> Is it possible to control the pool size for stateless EJBs?
>>
>> I think I'm looking for something equivalent to <ejb-message-bean
>> message-consumer-max="2"> but for <ejb-session-bean>.  The docs say
>> that session beans are pooled, but I don't see anything about how to
>> configure this pool.
>>
>> The use case is that I have a rather expensive resource (held-open
>> connections to Apple's crappy iPhone Push Notification Service) that
>> requires pooled access.
>>
>
> The stateless pool is infinite in size. Or rather, the idle-pool size is
> 1, and the active pool size is infinite. There's no throttling of the
> active size.
>
> I'm not sure if this is a capability we want to add, but I've created a
> bug report at http://bugs.caucho.com/view.php?id=3739.
>
> Since session EJBs were really designed to be lightweight custom XA
> resources, like a cheap JDBC driver, it may make sense.
>
> -- Scott
>
>> Thanks,
>> Jeff
>>
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