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EJB Design Patterns

 
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Dear All,
I am in designing EJB using UML Rational Rose .
I am just new to design patterns of EJB .
Can any one tell me what the design patterns that we can use in EJB and when to use it .
If you think the information u r going to give is huge kindly send to my personnal account .
lmaheshkumar2002@yahoo.co.in.
Your response is highly appreciated .
Thanks to all in advance .
Regards.,
Mahesh L.
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And if you could teach me how to speak Italian in a quick post that would be great as well, send me the dictionary in my email if you need to...
<joking!!!>
J2EE Design Patterns is a very large topic not to be covered in one quick post. Perhaps you could check out this great book, Core J2EE Patterns, or search through the forums available here for some quick ideas.
Hang out at your local Barnes and Nobles for the night...
[ March 01, 2003: Message edited by: Dana Hanna ]
 
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In addition to Core J2EE Patterns, which are vital, you may want to check out EJB Design Patterns.
 
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