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J2EE question

 
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This is regarding which approach to choose - what if there is a requirement to fetch around a million records from the database - do we need to go in for EJB's or a JDBC access would suffice? Not much information is available regarding the security, performance and transaction features of the intended application.

My understanding is to decide based on the availability/requirement of these features. Or is there anything else that we need to consider here? Where/What is the demarcation that says - use EJB or otherwise ?
 
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Use JDBC. This way you can better explore driver resources for big amount of data.
[ July 13, 2006: Message edited by: Andr� Salvati ]
 
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See my response in
[URL=https://coderanch.com/t/318363/EJB-JEE/java/Should-EJB-here[/url]
 
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