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I don't see the point. Since it is abstract, it must be inherited by a subclass while its constractor is private which prevent its subclass from instantiation. Looks for me it is a useless class.
EJB especially Entity Bean is only one part of an enterprise project. Using entity bean or other persistent framework like JDO or Hiberlate is based on the nature of your application. Choising a suitable persistence layer is the big challenge for an architect. You cannot say one technolgy is bad just because that it does not fit your application, in this case I only can say that the architect was not good enough to do his job.
I am a senior Java/J2EE developer with 10 years IT experience, 6 years java/J2EE(SCEA part1). Current an employee of Compuware Inc. working for MorganStaley in Canada(Canadian citizen). Looking for a job in US around PA,NJ,DW and NY.
15 years ago
I have been working on Java/J2EE for more than 6 years with a 10 years over all IT experience (SCEA).
I am an employee of Compuware Inc. working for MorganStanley (US/NY).
By the way, I am Canadian Citizen. So don't need H visa.
I am interesting in this position, please give more information.
Thanks
Steven Xu
15 years ago