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Keeping EJB as Client ?

 
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hi all
My ejb client calls for a session bean. Now i want this session bean to call some entity bean which resides at different application server.
Please let me know which out of two options is better and why?
1. I make this session bean as client for entity bean existing at diiferent server and calls it using JNDI.
2. I make a call to session bean and on the basis of what it returns makes call to another session bean(this session bean further calls entity bean)existing at different application server from same client code.
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Vikas
 
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I'd vote for option 1.
 
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Definitely go with number 1. The client shouldn't need to know all the gory details...
 
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Go with a clean approach ... No. 1
 
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