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Isn't one session facade enough to handle the whole application? What is the logic behind having several stateless session beans like Order processor, catalog processor, etc.?
 
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Hi Jen,

Depending on the size and nature of your application you may only see one SessionFacade. However, I would group functionality into individual Facades. For example, if you have an e-commerce application I would have a SessionFacade for managing the product catalogue and another for managing customers, etc.

Kind regards,
Allan
 
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