On page 50, he said:" EJB servers increase performance by synchronizing object interactions and sharing resource". I undstand the second part, by sharing resource, we can increase the performance, i.e. connection pooling or instance pooling. But for the "synchronizing object interactions", it's really confusing, because synchronization is always bottle neck for application's performance, and that's why we need to be careful when declare a method as synchronized. Could anybody explain? Thanks, by the way, the book I refered to is 2nd edition
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