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Hi Friends

I would like to what are things i need to consider on choosing whether
i should go for servlet with helper classes or servlet with session beans.
The client is always web (jsp).

Thanks
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For EJBs, it is always a question on whether you need the benefits an App Server gives, like Connection Pooling, Transactions, Security, et al.

If you don't need it then just use POJOs. Or look at the Spring framework where you can inject only the stuff you want to add like you only need Transactions or auditing.

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