From: Nick Mathewson <nickm@re...> - 2000-12-12 06:28:47
[This may be a dev question; I'm not sure.]
Has anybody had any success in writing EJB's with jythonc?
I've looked superficially at jythonc's output and at v1.1 of the EJB spec,
and it seems that there is at least one incompatibility: EJB requires
that beans not define a 'finalize' method, and jythonc insists on defining
a proxy for every inherited protected method, including 'finalize'.
1) Is this the only obstacle? If so, there ought to be a way to suppress
unwanted proxies. Is it worth my while to hack one up? What interface
would be appropriate?
2) If there are other obstacles to using jythonc with EJB, can anybody
summarize them? I'd like to get to know the jython source, and this
seems a good way to start.
I thank you for your time,