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srinivas ch
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HI To the Forum,
I wanted a explanation how the ejb is following each and every design patterns in every phase of the enterprise java beans.
Like some one told that when looking to the Home object of ejb it follows the proxy pattern and if some one looking to remote object it follows which pattern.
Thanks
srinivas
 
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Originally posted by srinivas ch:
HI To the Forum,
I wanted a explanation how the ejb is following each and every design patterns in every phase of the enterprise java beans.
Like some one told that when looking to the Home object of ejb it follows the proxy pattern and if some one looking to remote object it follows which pattern.
Thanks
srinivas

The EJB itself is not following any design pattern. It is a specification for Java classes. An overview of all Sun J2EE Design Patterns you can find here. If you are using them or not is then up to your application.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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