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Deployed EJBs to EAServer 5.2 Unix results in odd Java Classes entries

3 posts in Java J2EE specific Last posting was on 2007-03-26 14:04:49.0Z
Steve Posted on 2007-03-23 19:34:15.0Z
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Subject: Deployed EJBs to EAServer 5.2 Unix results in odd Java Classes entries
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We have noticed that our Java Classes entries have been
filling up with extraneous entries each time we deploy an
EJB. For example if I deploy the EJB TestSession using
jagtool to one of the UNIX servers I have the following
entry added to Java Classes:
"/export/home/sybase/EASuite/EAServer/tmp/Jaguar/57031/TestSessionAll.jar".
Each subsequent redeploy of an EJB will add another entry
with the correspond tmp location. The end result is
Deployments become progressively longer until this data is
cleaned up. We do not have this behavior on the exact same
version on any of the Windows Development test servers. I
would appreciate any insight.


Jonathan Baker [Sybase] Posted on 2007-03-26 13:16:38.0Z
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I just noticed that too. You found a bug. If you wouldn't mind, please
log that with tech support and get them to open a case for you. (That
has the pleasant side effect of having them notify you about its repair.)

If you can't open a case, let me know and I'll open one internally.



Jonathan

Steve wrote:
> We have noticed that our Java Classes entries have been
> filling up with extraneous entries each time we deploy an
> EJB. For example if I deploy the EJB TestSession using
> jagtool to one of the UNIX servers I have the following
> entry added to Java Classes:
> "/export/home/sybase/EASuite/EAServer/tmp/Jaguar/57031/TestSessionAll.jar".
> Each subsequent redeploy of an EJB will add another entry
> with the correspond tmp location. The end result is
> Deployments become progressively longer until this data is
> cleaned up. We do not have this behavior on the exact same
> version on any of the Windows Development test servers. I
> would appreciate any insight.