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J2EE Patterns/Idioms - Antipatterns?

 
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Hi,
I would like to know which J2EE Patterns/Idioms (Core or Floyd) for the pre EJB2.0 era are now antipatterns.
See Interview with Floyd: http://www.theserverside.com/events/videos/FloydPatterns/text/txt09.html
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Roger
 
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Any comments???
 
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Well, local interfaces in EJB2.x do increase the performance of the communication so that we can use fine grained entity beans without worrying about network traffic. But if your j2ee app is designed for the distributed environment, local interfaces wouldn't help much. So I think in such case, composite entity will still be needed.
Just my two cents
 
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Hi Bill,
if I understand you correctly, the session facades should talk to the Composite Entity remotely and the CE should talk to "its" Entity Beans locally (for distributed environments)? Is it correct, that with this ansatz in a clustered environment a session facade bean will talk with an CE bean on another server? Would that be practical?
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