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Using Entity Beans in application

 
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Hi
we are developing an appplication where in we have
some where around 98 Enity beans....
i want to know whether is this really correct or not since
we are using for almost all tables
the no of tables present are
115
did anybody face a situiation like this
 
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Are you wondering whether the number of tables should be exactly the same as the number of entity beans, or whether using entity beans is acceptable in the first place?
 
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No no ....???
I do not mean that number no of tables should be equal to no of Entity Beans but in general is it ok having so many entiy beans in an application
 
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Too many entities may cause some problem but If I am not wrong Lasses has worked on a project where there were lot of entities. :roll:
 
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I've worked on projects where there are upwards of 100-200 entities without major problems. You are probably fine. However, make sure that you really NEED all of those Entity beans. In particular, look for opportunities to apply the fast-lane reader pattern for very-high volume queries, which is where entity beans often fall down.
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