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Rich AJAX Platform - what does one use at the business layer?

 
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Hello,
I have had some experience with JSF+EJB3 development for enterprise web applications and now having seen the RAP demos i am considering using it at least for the presentation part. It is however not quiet clear to me what happens with the business logic in this arrangement. Does the OSGI runtime that runs in the web container offer some resource pooling, transaction management, security etc, or is it intended to be used purely as a front-end for EJB3 (or something else)? Does anyone have experience with it?
 
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