Thanks for answering my previous questions, folks. I was trying to figure out the design patterns used in the EJB architecture... I have mentioned a few that came to my mind below. Any additions/corrections? Your answers are most appreciated. EJBObject -> Proxy pattern ( proxy to the Enterprise BEan object) EJBHome -> Abstract Factory ( Acts as an abstract factory to the family of bean objects( Entity, session) ) Template -> EntityBean and SessionBean super classes leave certain methods to be implemented by the Bean class Thanks Sridhar
posted 15 years ago
A related question... Does JNDI and RMI use the proxy pattern as well? I think RMI probably does...Anyone? -Sridhar-
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