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Does EJB is the good solution for heavy network traffic

ghazanfar khan
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Hello Everyone,
I need some good suggestion, my company is a tradding company around world using java swing application for trading, and they deal most things over the network thou it is interanet. But some how network traffic is increased from 5ms to 10 seconds which is not acceptable.

So, i need to know that if we go for EJB does this is the right decision. Does ejb reduce the time over the network.

Please give me some good suggesion.
thanks in advance
[ September 08, 2005: Message edited by: ghazanfar khan ]
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Originally posted by ghazanfar khan:
So, i need to know that if we go for EJB does this is the right decision. Does ejb reduce the time over the network.

What are you comparing EJB with?

In all likelyhood, it will not reduce network traffic over what you are doing now. For example, JDBC sends the minimum amount of data across the network.

When tuning for network traffic, the first things to look for are:
1) Whether you are sending/retrieving any unnecessary fields across the network
2) Can anything be cached - even if only for five seconds


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