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hi guys
iam having doubt that is session facade is specific for ejb
can i use this pattern in a project a using struts ,webservices,hibernate
i have searched some documents in the web i found all the details samples for
sessionfacade related only to ejb's but in my project we are having a class
session facade

looking for your replies
amir
[ July 19, 2007: Message edited by: Amirtharaj Chinnaraj ]
 
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Well Session Facade is just a design pattern and you can use it anywhere you like.

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Rajesh
 
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hi,
SessionFacade is an implementation of SessionBean using Facade pattern (GOF). If we implement facade using Message driven bean it become Message Facade, or Entity bean it become entity facade. So dont worry about the name of the pattern. Design as per the requirement and use the name to communicate it with other. If you design the application for reusability and low coupling, you will end up with some pattern in you design, then name it as the pattern
 
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