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Special Edition Using Enterprise JavaBeans™ 2.0 by Brian Keeton, Chuck Cavaness

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Managing Client Access

Designing the EJBs that support your applications requires you to focus on the business logic they implement and the goals that you have for maintainability. You also must take into account how the clients of your EJBs will interact with them. This includes deciding on the methods that you’ll expose through the home and component interfaces of your beans, but it doesn’t stop there. This section looks more at how the data that’s passed between an EJB and its clients is packaged and how a client manages its interaction with an EJB.

Session Bean Façade

Entity beans represent your business’s core concepts. Conceptual entities such as customer, purchase order, and catalog are common in business applications deployed over the ...

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