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EJB Code - discussion

Chetan Mehta
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Joined: Aug 04, 2001
Posts: 40
I am reading someone's code. I find that he has implemented
all the insert / update / delete functions within stored procedure and query operations within Entity Bean.
To the best of the my knowledge, I feel that this implementation is not exploiting EJB features properly.
I feel EJB provide tranasction services.
Implementation should be done as:
1. All the inserts / update / deletes should be implemented using Entity bean.
2. Complex Retrieve should be implemented using views and creating beans over these views.
Before commenting over anyone's code, I thought I will discuss within group member about their views.
Can you please provide me your feedback on the same?
Chetan Mehta
Kyle Brown
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Joined: Aug 10, 2001
Posts: 3892
I'm with you. This isn't right. It's exactly the opposite of what I usually do -- which is implement set/update functionality in Entity beans, and then do "large result set" queries using Stored procedures, Value Objects and Stateless Session beans...
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