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

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Optimizing Entity Bean Persistence

If you’ve developed applications that work with relational databases, you know that database access can easily become the determining factor in how well a system performs. In a typical business application, the time spent executing your Java code is much smaller than the time taken up reading from and writing to the database. With this in mind, any attention you pay to performance while you’re designing a system needs to take the database into account. In the case of EJB, this, for the most part, means looking at your use of entity beans. Of course for some developers, this means avoiding entity beans altogether. That’s not the position taken here, but you do need to be careful when deciding if an entity bean ...

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