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JDBC - Design justifications

 
Magnus Wistrom
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In part 2, did you justify all design decissions?
I have chosen to use JDBC over entity beans, do I have to justify my reasons for that?
Considering ... 1. Performace 2. Team knowledge 3. Entity Beans sucks (maybe I should skip this one). ... anythinge else?

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Ricardo Ferreira
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Originally posted by Magnus Wistrom:
In part 2, did you justify all design decissions?
I have chosen to use JDBC over entity beans, do I have to justify my reasons for that?
Considering ... 1. Performace 2. Team knowledge 3. Entity Beans sucks (maybe I should skip this one). ... anythinge else?

/Magnus


Magnus,

Read carefully the project requirements. Your answer is there!
 
Lars Behnke
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I have chosen to use JDBC over entity beans, do I have to justify my reasons for that?
Considering ... 1. Performace 2. Team knowledge 3. Entity Beans sucks (maybe I should skip this one). ...


I assume you mean "JDBC over session beans", right? Browse this forum and you will find lots of threads dicussing this issue. Generally spoken, you are probably better off, if you justify all your architectural decisions.

Lars
 
Joseph A Alexander
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Magnus,

You can always provide the reasons/assumptions to justify your design decisions. But please make sure that you cross-check those with the given requirements so that there shouldn't be any contradictions.

My suggestion : Use Entity Beans than writing all JDBC code from scratch. For reading operations (if performance is a major concern), you can follow the Fast Lane Reader pattern. For others, its better to use Entity Beans.
[ April 03, 2007: Message edited by: Joseph A Alexander ]
 
Francisco Neto
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Hi Ricardo Ferreira,

I'd like to talk to you about your RUP certification. I'm brazilian too. I live at Recife. Please, Could you add me in gtalk? (ffsneto@gmail.com)

thanks in advance,
Francisco Neto.
 
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