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Servlets session Vs Statefull Session Bean

 
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What situation we choose Statefull Session Bean than servlets session?
 
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A 'Statefull Session Bean' is an EJB component. Many servlet apps are written without EJB. For those apps, the ServletSession is the most convenient place to store data across web hits.
 
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In terms of a design consideration, Servlet's session is more relevant for maintaining a user's web session. Servlets is not best suited for the application specific data which could consist of data used for business logic. Stateful session beans are useful in this scenario.

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Hi Alll...

The Simple Answer is

"Statefull Session Bean doesn't support HTTP,where as Servlets support HTP"

Any Comments!!!
 
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