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kri shan
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In the MVC design pattern, why don't we assign EJB as a controller ?
somkiat puisungnoen
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Originally posted by kri shan:
In the MVC design pattern, why don't we assign EJB as a controller ?



I think MVC design pattern, in Controller is main structure of program but MVC is suitable in Web Tier more than Business Tier.

When you want to use EJB , the Controller of MVC to call EJB Controller in Business tier.

So, you can implement EJB Controller with MVC Concept.

------- In my job , i separate EJB Controller in business tierwhich it's flexible and faster to develope.


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PNS Subramanian
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From my understanding of business tier,
the stateless session ejb does act as a Controller;
the stateful session bean as a business process and
the entity bean as a model.
somkiat puisungnoen
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Originally posted by PNS Subramanian:
From my understanding of business tier,
the stateless session ejb does act as a Controller;
the stateful session bean as a business process and
the entity bean as a model.


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