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Re: accessing EJB from perl

by perrin (Chancellor)
on Oct 21, 2002 at 14:03 UTC ( #206840=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to accessing EJB from perl

What's the matter, is your Perl code running too fast? You need to tie some EJB weights around its ankles?

Well, you can. Resin provides XML access to EJBs. It should work.

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Re: Re: accessing EJB from perl
by ignatz (Vicar) on Oct 21, 2002 at 14:39 UTC
    > It should work.

    Sure... motions for the guards
    that makes perfect sense... unzips strait jacket...
    use Perl to generate XML EBJ test requests... pulls perrin's arms through the sleeves
    that are sent by Resin to an EJB application server... Buckles sleeves
    that SHOULD work very well.

      Since this is exactly what Resin's XML access was designed for, it seems like a reasonable approach. It will be slow, but everything involving EJB is slow already anyway. This seems a bit more likely to work than something like JPL or Inline::Java.
        > seems a bit more likely to work than something like JPL or Inline::Java.

        Agreed, and ++ for suggesting it.

        Still... it sounds like a totally ferkakta way to avoid writing test scripts in Java. I can think of a lot of reasons to avoid Java, but testing isn't one of them.


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