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Using Webcentric design VS Ejb Centric

 
ranjeeth kumar
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All-

Do we really need to follow EJB centric design for the assignment? Why can't consider Webcentric? Why I thought of this is because of following

The application performs update operations (transactions)
-when a user creates a new user account or when a user creates a new sign on.
-when a user accepts the itinerary and Pay

It looks like, the application's transactional model is a simple model, as it only performs transactions to a single database. There are no distributed transactions across multiple databases.

In this case do we need EJB's ?

Please advice

thanks in advance

-Ranjeeth
 
Albert Maurucier
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Without the application client requirement, a web centric system should be the best choice.
Regards
Albert
 
ranjeeth kumar
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Albert-
Thank you for ur prompt answer. Another thing that came to my mind.

Do we really need entity beans here, why can't we live with just session beans like CADE's book shows


-Ranjeeth
 
Lin Feng
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Actually we do not even need Session Bean. It does not bring us much. However I have no idea if I did not use EJB in SCEA design what would be the result.
 
ranjeeth kumar
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I think Albert's above statement make perfect sence. How do u handle non-webclient? Especially if you want to maintain client state in a modular way for both Web and non-web client?


I was searching the forum, but not able to find these topics. Can SCEA's help ?

-Ranjeeth
 
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