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Client-Side Facades

Buzz Andersen
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The "Session Facade" pattern in Sun's J2EE Design Patterns Catalog discusses the idea of combining a server-side facade (i.e. a Session Bean) with a client-side facade in order to make the client agnostic to the actual method of database persistence (EJB, JDBC/SQL class, etc.).
Unfortunately, most of the facade examples that I can find are simply Session Beans acting as server-side facades. Can anyone point me to a good example of a client-side abstraction facade combined with a server-side Session Facade?
Thanks!
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