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project not having EJB for part 2

 
ankur rathi
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Can one submit a 'J2EE project not using EJB' for part 2?

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Cleuton Sampaio
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Can one submit a 'J2EE project not using EJB' for part 2?


Hi,

In theory, it is possible. But you are required to use J2EE, so you must, at least, use JSP and Servlets.

But there is another problem: how will you distribute the business logic? Will you embeed all the business logic in POJO classes inside the web servers? Is this solution scalable?

I have used JSP, Servlets and Session Beans (SLSBs) in my assignment.
 
Adrian Irons
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Yes, you can but I don�t recomend you. You must create an architecture J2EE based and EJB's are an main J2EE technology for developing distributed, large scale systems
 
Ådne Brunborg
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Possible - yes
Smart - no

EJB is Sun's "baby", and they would like everybody to use it. Sun is the one responsible for the certification, and it is quite likely that the assignment is of a type where EJBs wouln't be completely wrong (as is sometimes the case in RealWorld implementations with EJB) and maybe even smart.

Remember, this is an exam. The objective of the exam is to show your knowledge in J2EE. EJB is an important part of J2EE.
 
ankur rathi
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Thanks All.

I understood the logic explained by Adne so I wouldn't argue about usefulness of EJBs.

 
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