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45 package org.openejb.test.stateless;
46
47 import javax.ejb.EJBObject JavaDoc;
48
49 /**
50  * [7] Should be run as the seventh test suite of the BasicStatelessTestClients
51  *
52  * @author <a HREF="mailto:david.blevins@visi.com">David Blevins</a>
53  * @author <a HREF="mailto:Richard@Monson-Haefel.com">Richard Monson-Haefel</a>
54  */

55 public class StatelessHandleTests extends BasicStatelessTestClient{
56
57     public StatelessHandleTests(){
58         super("Handle.");
59     }
60
61     protected void setUp() throws Exception JavaDoc{
62         super.setUp();
63         Object JavaDoc obj = initialContext.lookup("client/tests/stateless/BasicStatelessHome");
64         ejbHome = (BasicStatelessHome)javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject.narrow( obj, BasicStatelessHome.class);
65         ejbObject = ejbHome.create();
66         ejbHandle = ejbObject.getHandle();
67     }
68
69     protected void tearDown() throws Exception JavaDoc{
70         try {
71             //ejbObject.remove();
72
} catch (Exception JavaDoc e){
73             throw e;
74         } finally {
75             super.tearDown();
76         }
77     }
78
79     //=================================
80
// Test handle methods
81
//
82
public void test01_getEJBObject(){
83
84         try{
85             EJBObject JavaDoc object = ejbHandle.getEJBObject();
86             assertNotNull( "The EJBObject is null", object );
87             // Wait until isIdentical is working.
88
//assertTrue("EJBObjects are not identical", object.isIdentical(ejbObject));
89
} catch (Exception JavaDoc e){
90             fail("Received Exception "+e.getClass()+ " : "+e.getMessage());
91         }
92     }
93
94     /**
95      * <B>5.6 Client view of session objectís life cycle</B>
96      * <P>
97      * ....It is invalid to reference a session object that does
98      * not exist. Attempted invocations on a session object
99      * that does not exist result in java.rmi.NoSuchObjectException.
100      * </P>
101      *
102      * <P>
103      * This remove method of the EJBHome is placed hear as it
104      * is more a test on the handle then on the remove method
105      * itself.
106      * </P>
107      */

108     public void test02_EJBHome_remove(){
109         try{
110             ejbHome.remove(ejbHandle);
111             try{
112                 ejbObject.businessMethod("Should throw an exception");
113                 assertTrue( "Calling business method after removing the EJBObject does not throw an exception", false );
114             } catch (Exception JavaDoc e){
115                 assertTrue( true );
116                 return;
117             }
118         } catch (Exception JavaDoc e){
119             fail("Received Exception "+e.getClass()+ " : "+e.getMessage());
120         }
121     }
122     //
123
// Test handle methods
124
//=================================
125

126 }
127
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