Updating client gui with session beans ejb
Single Value Tab$Refresh In Background(Single Value Tab.java:178) at org.jdesktop.swingworker. Future Task$Sync.inner Run(Future Task.java:334) at concurrent. Future Task.run(Future Task.java:166) at org.jdesktop.swingworker. Thread Pool Executor$Worker.run(Thread Pool Executor.java:615) at Thread.run(Thread.java:724) For some beans the method invocation works but for others not. Therefore, I show here always code snippets for a bean where the method invocation is working (Reference SQLReferences()) and for a bean where the method invocation is not working (Single Food Native SQLSingle Food List()). Reference Remote java:global/Enterprise Application1/EJBModule3/Reference Bean java:app/EJBModule3/Reference Bean java:module/Reference Bean ,289 INFO [org.ejb3.deployment.processors. The security proxy layer allows custom security that cannot be described using the declarative model to be added to an EJB in a way that is independent of the EJB business object.Before getting into the JBoss security implementation details, we will review EJB and servlet specification security models, as well as JAAS to establish the foundation for these details.While debugging I see that it is possible to get the beans but on the code line where the method invocation takes place the exception is thrown. Reference Remote java:jboss/exported/Enterprise Application1/EJBModule3/Reference Bean! Ejb Jndi Bindings Deployment Unit Processor] (MSC service thread 1-4) JNDI bindings for session bean named Single Food Bean in deployment unit subdeployment "EJBModule3.jar" of deployment "Enterprise Application1.ear" are as follows: java:global/Enterprise Application1/EJBModule3/Single Food Bean! Single Food Remote java:app/EJBModule3/Single Food Bean! When I create a simple client application and copy my configuration from the original one I can invoke the method Single Food Native SQLSingle Food List() on the same deployment without any problems with the expected result. The J2EE security model declarative in that you describe the security roles and permissions in a standard XML descriptor rather than embedding security into your business component.
values to the logical role that the component role references.
Security is a fundamental part of any enterprise application.
You need to be able to restrict who is allowed to access your applications and control what operations application users may perform.
I see no difference in the invocations for the different beans and therefore I would appreciate any ideas or comments on this issue.
If I have forgotten to provide any necessary information please ask for it. Ejb Jndi Bindings Deployment Unit Processor] (MSC service thread 1-4) JNDI bindings for session bean named Reference Bean in deployment unit subdeployment "EJBModule3.jar" of deployment "Enterprise Application1.ear" are as follows: java:global/Enterprise Application1/EJBModule3/Reference Bean! Reference Remote java:app/EJBModule3/Reference Bean!