J2EE pathfinder, J2EE technologies for the stateless network

Servlets, stateless session beans, or both?

From the developerWorks archives

Kyle Gabhart

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: February 01, 2003

J2EE offers a vast array of options when it comes to developing enterprise applications -- and choosing the right solution for your infrastructure is no simple task. J2EE pathfinder is the series for Java technology managers, architects, and developers. Every article in the series offers a window into one or more J2EE technologies, often weighing several of them to help you make informed decisions. In this first installment in the series, LearningPatterns Senior Mentor Kyle Gabhart compares two J2EE technologies for the stateless network: servlets and EJB technology.

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