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James Foster
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Joined: Nov 04, 2003
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Can we use both stateful / stateless bean as session facade?
If I do read only operations, will stateless bean meet my needs
Sri Basavanahally
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James, I believe you can use either stateful or stateless as a session facade. Typically, though, stateless session beans are used.
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Kyle Brown
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You may want to read this article where I discuss this question and several other practical issues in using Session Facades.
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