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RMI or EJB for Finance professionals?  RSS feed

 
Vishal Bhatia
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Can someone advise me if RMI or EJB is better for Finance Professionals from an implementation point of view?
Vishal, New Delhi, India.
 
Nakul Kasadwala
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Hi Vishal
If u are implementinf Financial application , you can go for EJB. Reason is that EJB server provides many serices which will be helpful in Financial application.for e.g. Transaction Support
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Nakul Kasadwala
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Hi Vishal
If u are implementing Financial application , you can go for EJB. Reason is that EJB server provides many serices which will be helpful in Financial application.for e.g. Transaction Support
Nakul
 
Aleksey Matiychenko
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I agree that EJB may be better because it has a lot of bultin functionalities such as transaction support , connection pulling etc.
Underneath EJB there is still an RMI/IIOP layer.
The disadvantages of EJBs are that
1. You need a server and the good ones are not cheap.
2. Though there is a standard spec different vendors implement things differently and you might be tying yourself to one particular vendor.
 
Fred Abbot
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I developed an application using EJBS but since the servers are so expensive and we dont really need EJBs right now
I switched to RMI for production and when changes are made i make it to both the EJB and RMI version so when we have to switch to EJBs I will be ready
 
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