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JSR Portlet Calling an EJB-- Sample(IBM Websphere)

 
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Hi..,

Does any one share good developing practices for calling an EJB from a JSR Portlet in IBM WPS?

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hari
 
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The same as in servlets apps.
 
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One thing I often see is wrapping the access or important methods up in a Portal Service. That's a common best practice.

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