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servelets in place of ejb

mah kumar
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We know servelets are java server components that can be used as a middleware...
Same is the case with EJB....

I would like to know where servelets has to be used and where EJB...??
also please get me the advantages and disadvantages in using them...

thank you
Kyle Brown
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This is covered in every book on J2EE -- I'd refer you there for details. In short, Servlets (with JSPs) provide the graphical front-end of a Web Application -- what you see in the browser. EJB's run the business logic of your application -- handling things like persistence and transactions. They are really nothing alike.

Kyle


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