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Coarse Grained Entity Beans vs Fine grained

 
Nitin Raodeo
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Fine grained are cached by Container and hence faster than Coarse grained.
But my question is Why is there no caching for Coarse Grained Entity Beans??
Awaiting ur response.
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Peter Reinhardt
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For a container there are just EntityBeans (local or remote ones) which can be cached. There is no way of specifying a "coarse grained component".
There is a concept where "coarse grained components" are implemented as Entity Beans and lightweight components as dependent classes.
Peter.
[ August 05, 2002: Message edited by: Peter Reinhardt ]
 
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