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Ransika deSilva
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Hi all,
I have written a J2ME search application, now I have to decide what the back end/server side is going to be, I just want to know whether impelementing the back end in EJB is better or not than Web services, please when you answer, do not consider the price issue and etc, just assume that all those costly stuff are available. I need security, concurrency and transaction management features, so what are you expertise comments on this. Thank you very much in advance......
 
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Ransika,
Just curious why you need concurrency and transaction management features. Isn't a search read only?

In any event, I would recommend EJB. Security standards are still in flux with web services. And you know the clients will be in Java.
 
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Hi,
Yes it's indeed read only. It's my mistake and plead for forgiveness. Any way even I feel and true agree that I should use EJB but just wanted to hear from an expert like you to make my decision strong. Thank you a lot for the answer.
 
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