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Hi
For reusability sake how could we use EJBController functionality from both type of clients ie concerning action event classes related to WAF.
My take is to let request processor(web client) talk to bussiness delegate which in turn talks to EJBFacade and in client case too,let controller talk to bussiness delegate(on client tier itself)
which further talks to same EJBFacade.BUT... it seems that it might hinder extensibility/maintenability by way of not using WAF webcontoller/ejbcontroller and action events mappings.
Or is there a way from Client App we use these action events to connect to same EJBcontroller i.e
use same bussiness tier from both type of applications(reusability).
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What prevents the use of HTTP itself from Swing client to talk to j2ee servers ?
 
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