1. Andres Slachevsky
  2. PowerServer Web
  3. Thursday, 28 June 2018

hello All,

it is posible to call a EJB Component from PowerServer under .net

i am reading the help about the and i found the following:
Appeon Bridge is a standard J2EE-compliant Web application that can be deployed to any J2EE compliant application server regardless of whether EJB components exist on the server. It functions as the medium between the clients and EJB components, and can be deployed by installing the appeonbridge.war file, which is located in %appeon%\plugin\appeonbridege under the Appeon Server installation folder.

 

i dont have the appeonbridege in the folder 

Chris Pollach Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Andres;

       You would only find that feature under the J2EE versions of PowerServer. Basically, you need a host Application Server that supports JNDI name and EJB's  (ie: WebSphere, jBoss, EAServer, WebLogic, etc).

FYI:  Appeon Bridge

Regards ... Chris

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Marco Meoni Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Andres,

you need the JEE version of PowerServer.
.NET PowerServer is not a JEE application and wont let you call EJBs.

So, you need to install PowerServer on a Java Application Server, such as JBoss, WildFly or WebLogic to name a few.
Then, calling EJB components from an Appeon application will require two steps:

  • in PB, create an instance of the PB EJBObject available in the Appeon Workarounds PBL.
  • on the Java server, install the Appeon Bridge provided in the PowerServer installation folder.

Best,

Marco

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