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Where to incorporate the business logic in a j2ee appliaction

Sudarshan Sreenivasan
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Hi ,
I wanted to know what guidelines are to be followed when deciding as to where the business logic (Database procedures or EJB's) must reside in a meduim to large j2ee application ??
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Both of those are valid choices for a J2EE application. It depends on your comfort level with vendor lock-in, relative expertise, reusability concerns, etc.


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Sudarshan Sreenivasan
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Hi
This is probably asking for too much !! But can anyone just give me a situation where writing code in a procedure would be more beneficial than writing code in a EJB in terms of scalability and reusablility or vice-a-versa (writing code in a EJB is more benefcial than in a procedure)

Also can you suggest a book or website which advises on the same ?

Thanks in advance !
 
 
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