Yes but let me ask a question just to clarify what a stateful "cart" means ! please comment whether I'm right or wrong..
1) Suppose there is a system for designing wedding cards, a person can log in his own account and choose from different designs and add fonts, pictures, ...etc to his wedding card. This is a stateful "cart" scenario, right?
2) Another system, in the traffic department, the employee in the department uses a system to register cars for many people waiting in line. This is stateless scenario, right?
Not to forget that BluePrints best practice is to maintain session state in stateful session in EJB centric applications, and HTTP session in web centric applications.
I'm I right or wrong ?
should I ask if there is an application client and to maintain the state we use stateful, otherwise use stateless ... you know what... I'm opening a new topic on the forum