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lets talk Part III

 
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We all kinda know what might be coming on Part III test.
So I wonder what design features/patterns people use to improve scalability, maintanability, etc, etc.
I'll start:
DAO
VO
MVC
FastLane Reader
Any other ideas??
 
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just wonder where you use FastLane Reader?
 
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I am probally using FastLane reader for searching for FLight Information. Since this is the most frequently used operation and, it can return a large number of records.
any one with me
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Originally posted by Gennady Shapiro:
We all kinda know what might be coming on Part III test.
So I wonder what design features/patterns people use to improve scalability, maintanability, etc, etc.
I'll start:
DAO
VO
MVC
FastLane Reader
Any other ideas??


business delegate
ejbobject factory
caching
stateful clustering support
fast lane readers instead of ejbs in 95% cases
local interfaces
etc.
 
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