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Same controller for application client and Browser

 
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HI
Should we use the same controller for both
Browser client and application client in partII?
If this is true, the performance for app client
would not be better.
Any comments?
jb
 
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I won't get into specifics, but for various reasons, including nature of the networks on which the clients depend, there will be performance differences.
 
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I am not writing this specifically for part-II. In general, I think a portion of the controller shall be reusable for various "clients". Let us assume that the "main" controller consists of 'view specific controller' + 'EJB Controller'. The 'EJB controller' portion of the controller is reusable. The 'view specific' portion varies for various clients.
With this type of approach, I do not see any problem with the performance for specific types of clients.
 
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What is the EJB controller? Delegate?
 
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