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Entity Bean Usability

 
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Hi All,

I am little confused by real life use of Entity BEAN. personally I am having a feeling that development time is more and chances are more of making error in transaction management with EJB than implementing logic in backend.

In Complex area. Did someone who has imeplemented the entity bean solution for any large enterprise.(By Large I mean LARGE).Where there millions of records and many tables. IS ENTITY BEAN A VIABLE SOLUTION and THERE is HEAVY data oriented logic.Normally implemented in Stored Procedure.

Any pointers on case study or something like that somebody did on this.....

Thanks in Advance.
 
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