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what are the most common design patterns in EJBused in the industry

anurag priya
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hello everyone !
can any one plz tell me what are the most common EJB design patterns (not J2EE design patterns )used in the industry and if possible any links where i can find it out !
Thnakz in advance !
Anurag.


Anurag priya
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Chris Mathews
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Take a look at Floyd Marinescu's book: EJB Design Patterns. You can download a free non-printable pdf here.
Kyle Brown
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I don't think you understand what the J2EE design patterns (as described in the blueprints or the Core J2EE patterns book) are. About half of them are EJB specific -- like Value Object, Session Facade, and Business Delegate -- I urge you to go take another look at them without so curtly dismissing them.
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anurag priya
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dear Kyle
thanks ,
i think i will go thru J2EE Design patterns first as per your recomendations ! plz dont get me wrong actually i wanted something very specific and clearcut design patterns and Design issues in EJB !
thanks for your reply !
Anurag priya.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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