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Fast lane reader pattern

 
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In the sample petstore application the code (version 1.3.2) uses the fast lane reader pattern for the catalog while the two documents do not even mention this pattern. The document actually talks about using a stateless session bean for the catalog. The Core J2EE Pattern book does not mention it either. Anybody know why?
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The patterns used in the BluePrint are included in a separate catalog outside the J2EE Core patterns.
It's here
 
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Thanks for your reply! But I am wondering why it is not even mentioned in the Core J2EE book (2nd ed), at least I can not find it in the index. Is it still a good practice to use it? I am asking this question because I am planning to use something similar to the catalog for the assignment.
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