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Hello,

Is EJB really required for the design? I can easily do almost of the work in regular JavaBeans. The sole exception might be with the itinerary class/payment class since that involves transactions.

Jim
 
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Remember the most important requirement of all: it must be J2EE.


How are you planning to scale a Javabean? Can you replace a stateless session bean with a Javabean? Will it be a peculiar design or can I transfer the knowledge to the next contract I work on?
 
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