Originally posted by H. Hafer:
anyone ever considered to utilize "Composite Entity" to aggregate the handful business object the analyst has dropped into a coarse-grained EJB and thus making the complete system a, say one or two entity bean system?
If not, why not?
Any thoughts appreciated,
Originally posted by Ramon Gill:
Hi Harbo & Parag,
Personally, I wouldn't use composite entities at all now that EJB 2.0 is available. Whether I went for BMP or CMP, I would use 'local' for all entity beans. I would access these through session beans acting as facades. I would pass data back to the client (web tier) using 'data transfer objects'.
For the exam, I personally don't think you need to mention about BMP or CMP, as it won't make a difference to the diagrams. Can anyone who's passed the exam comment on this?
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