- a new EJB Timer created event
These two events are sent when a new EJB Timer is created.
Use the generic version of this event to track EJB Timers created across the entire EJB container.
Use the bean-specific version of this event to track EJB Timers created by the EJB container for a specific bean. In the bean-specific version, beanspecific has the form:
In this form, appName, modName, and ejbName are the names of the application, the module, and the bean, respectively, with dashes (-) and periods (.) converted to underscores (_). For example, the bean-specific event name for the sampleBean bean in the sampleModule.jar module of the sample-App application is:
When monitoring the activity of a specific bean, using the bean-specific version of this event provides much better end-to-end monitoring performance than does using the generic version and inspecting its parameters to associate the event with the bean.