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SSB as web service endpoint Interface

 
vikram kumar
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Hi Ranchers,

I have come across an example where a stateless session bean being a SEI for the webservice. My question is what is the need to have SSB as an SEI instred of having POJO as an SEI. In what way its going to be a benificial?.

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Kumar
 
Scott Soo
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Originally posted by vikram kumar:
Hi Ranchers,

I have come across an example where a stateless session bean being a SEI for the webservice. My question is what is the need to have SSB as an SEI instred of having POJO as an SEI. In what way its going to be a benificial?.

Thanks,
Kumar


Hi Kumar,

The benefit is analogous to having EJBs instead of POJOs. POJOs need to handle many other issues such as conccurrency and enterprise services such as connections pooling etc. With EJB3, it has further eased the development of Web Services. As such, Developers can be more and fully focus in implementing the business requirements of the Web Services.

Hope the above is helpful for you.

Thank you.

Cheers
 
vikram kumar
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Thanks scoot I fully agree with you.

Cheers,
Kumar
 
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