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|Summary:||Web Service/EJB method is bound to client from Session Bean without confirmation|
|Product:||obsolete||Reporter:||Roman Mostyka <romanmostyka>|
|Component:||visualweb||Assignee:||Quy Nguyen <quynguyen>|
|Issue Type:||ENHANCEMENT||Exception Reporter:|
Description Roman Mostyka 2007-11-22 09:59:22 UTC
1. Add Web Service or EJB to the IDE. 2. Create web application with "Visual Web JSF" framework. 3. Drag Web Service or EJB and move it to the SessionBean (RequestBean, ApplicationBean). 4. Drag Web Service or EJB method and move it to the page. Result: Method's data provider is created and is bound to client from SessionBean (RequestBean, ApplicationBean). It will be better to ask customer if this data provider should be bound to this client or new one should be created.
Comment 1 Quy Nguyen 2007-11-26 19:12:13 UTC
This is a new feature, so I am changing this to an enhancement. I'm not sure if there are many use cases where creating a new client would be useful. In most scenarios, creating additional clients causes a performance hit (at least for web services) that should not be encouraged.