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Web-Centric or EJB-Centric

Marut pandey
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Hi Guys,

If an assignment does not require Messaging system and does not say anything about transaction management either. Should I consider web-centric approach? I am also not experienced on EJB based application.

Whereas I do see requirement of security and roles which i think can be achieved by web-centric approach too. Is that sufficient reason not to choose EBJ-centirc approach.

Thanks,
Marut
Andrew Monkhouse
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Sorry, questions on how to solve the assignment are not allowed.


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