The EJB Advocate, Is it ever best to use EJB components without facades in service oriented architectures?

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Geoff Hambrick

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 15, 2005

The EJB Advocate evaluates using various forms of "facades," including POJOs, HttpServlets, session EJB components, message driven beans, and entity EJB Home methods, in an attempt to get at the heart of what makes up a good service oriented architecture implemented with J2EE™ components.

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