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SLB-local, home, endpoint interface

 
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Hi erveryone

Hi erveryone

if there is local interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to local client.
if there is home interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to home client.
if there is endpoint interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to web service client.

I want to confirm whether we can have three interfaces simultaneous?

If can , can someone give some advice about such archtecture?
 
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That should be:

if there is local interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to local client.
if there is remote interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to remote client.
if there is endpoint interface, the corresponding SLB can be exposed to web service client.

Originally posted by Yi Si:
If can , can someone give some advice about such architecture?



Short answer: Don't do it.

Each interface is intended and effective at a different level of granularity because of the varying marshalling and invocation overhead. The coarser the granularity becomes the less object-oriented and the more service-like it becomes.
In order of ascending granularity (increasing marshalling and invocation overhead): Java method invocation, local EJB invocation, remote EJB invocation, Web service invocation.

For a more detailed explanation see: Local Client Vs. Remote Client
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