Network Deployment (Distributed operating systems), v8.0 > Administer applications and their environment > Administer EJB applications
Manage EJB containers
Each application server can have a single EJB container; one is created automatically for you when the application server is created. The following steps are to be performed only as needed to improve performance after the EJB application has been deployed.
- Adjust EJB container settings.
- Adjust EJB cache settings.
What to do nextIf adjustments do not improve performance, consider adjusting access intent policies for entity beans, reassembling the module, and redeploying the module in the application.
EJB container settings
EJB container system properties
Change enterprise bean types to initialize at application start time
Stateful session bean failover for the EJB container
Enable or disabling stateful session bean failover with the EJB container panel
Enable or disabling stateful session bean failover with the enterprise applications panel
Enable or disabling stateful session bean failover at the EJB module level
Tune EJB cache with trace service
EJB cache settings
EJB container tuning
Apply access intent policies to methods