The EJB Advocate, Making entity EJB components perform

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Geoff Hambrick

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: February 23, 2005

Using poorly designed EJB™ components can lead to serious performance problems during system testing or (worse) in production. The EJB Advocate shows how to design method signatures to minimize the "chattiness" between layers and get the most out of your EJBs.

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