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Anthony Karta
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Hi all,

I need suggestion.

What is the best or better solution to design J2EE application without EJB but still have all advantages of EJB (if possible) such as transactions, Distributed functionality, asynchronous messaging, Security roles?

particularly, I found entity beans that include EJB QL, CMP and BMP are dirty implementation and hard to maintain such as if database schema change etc in Agile environment or I really don't see the real benefits of EJB (help me out)?

thanks folks
tony
 
Roy Ben Ami
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Hi.

There are many frameworks available to suit your needs.
A good replacement for the whole J2EE beans is the spring framework combined with hibernate for DB persistence.

There is a forum here in javaranch called application frameworks that can help you look at some stuff.

The hibernate site is: here
And the Spring site is here: here

Think hard if you want to move to those frameworks (especially spring).
They have their advantages but they are not the J2EE standard.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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