Originally posted by Namaste Sathi:
i am reading "Head First EJB" and wondering about the issues in the page 105 where it talks about scalability of stateful or statelss session beans. What does it mean for a bean to be scalable? or what is a bean sacalability? could you please shed some light in it?
Also, in the page 108 in a table, there are two stateful session beans column. is one of them meant to be Stateless?
and in page 109, why the client must have EJBObject interface and home stub class? having just EJBObject stub and Home stube would not be sufficient?
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