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gyan kumar
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What is the underlying software architecture of EJB?
Tim Moores
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EJB is a specification, not an actual software product, so what do you mean by "architecture"?
gyan kumar
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It means layered architecture of ejb.
Piotr Nowicki
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I don't have an idea what are you asking for :-)

As Tim said, the EJB is a specification. An architect defines an architecture, not the specification.


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Tim Moores
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EJB doesn't force you to use layers, or force you not to use layers. Those are architectural and design decisions that have nothing to do with the choice of implementation framework.
Hebert Coelho
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Maybe this helps you.

http://www.inf.ufsc.br/~bosco/downloads/EJBDesignPatterns.pdf
http://www.javabeat.net/articles/ejb-interview-questions.php


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gyan kumar
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Thanks for reply but I was not able to find answer for my query.
Tim Moores
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Maybe we were too subtle: your question can't be answered, because it doesn't make sense. Again: A specification does not have an architecture.
gyan kumar
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A specification does not have an architecture.


Thanks for this specific answer.
gyan kumar
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Below link was having good info for my query .
Hoping will be good for others

http://arcad.essi.fr/cours/ejb/00-ejbcodecamp_ch1of6.PDF
Jaikiran Pai
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gyan kumar wrote:Below link was having good info for my query .
Hoping will be good for others

http://arcad.essi.fr/cours/ejb/00-ejbcodecamp_ch1of6.PDF


What's the PDF about? And what answer did you find in there?

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gyan kumar
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It was about "software architecture of EJB"
 
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