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Value List Handle Pattern

 
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Hi guys,
I'm thinking of my assignment for part 2 and I'd like to discuss Value List Handle Pattern.
I've got a high performance non functional requirement and I think VLH will help me cos it caches query results on server side, improves network performance and allows deferring entity bean transactions...but which one is the best approach: turn my facade a SFSB to hold on to the list as its state or store this info in web container as HTTP session attribute...
As you know, HTTP session is not heavy like SFSB is, but if I choose this approach I'll have tight coupling between presentation and business tiers...
Any comments ?
Thanxs,
 
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You answered your question yourself already ! Use SFSB.
Thomas
 
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