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Java EE design patterns

Pratik Das
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Is there a published list of Java EE patterns just like we have for J2EE. I have come across pattern names for Java EE like model facade, entity view, Exportable Service Broker etc. I have not come across DAO but instead EAO for accessing entities. Are these names official?
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Most of the old design patterns still apply, although dependency injection and JPA entities can make you question the DAO and Service Locator patterns.

Here's a neat thread discussing which J2EE design patterns no longer matter in JEE5:

Which J2EE Design Patterns are Obsolete in the SCEA5 JEE5 Certification Exam?

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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