- Posted by: Paddy Murphy
- Posted on: July 30 2001 14:42 EDT
All business interfaces in the remote interface of an EJB are required to throw the java.rmi.RemoteException.
1) Under what circumstances does such an exception get thrown?
2) Does the EJB container have a "timeout" feature so that it throws the exception only if it gets no response after a certain period?
3) Is this timeout feature a default feature of Java RMI itself?
The remote Exception will thrown in the fallowing cases..
1.If any problem in the network while the operation is going on
2.If the db operation has rollebacked....