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EJB 3 in Action Question: When is better to use EJB Lite

 
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Hi Debu,
Hi Reza,
Hi Ryan,
and Hi Michael

I'm very interested in EJB. I know it can be very useful to developing a better software.
Would you like to answer my question about this:
When is better to use EJB Lite? Since many application server is now support complete EJB full API, with fast performance (like WildFly and GlassFish). I don't see any importance of this lite version.
Or do you think it's always better to use full API?

Thanks!
 
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In all reality, EJB Lite is probably not that useful. GlassFish, WildFly and TomEE all support a full EJB version. We talk about EJB Lite very briefly in the book.
 
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I see. That's why I sometimes confused about how EJB lite can be useful. Thanks for your answer, Reza.
 
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EJB Lite is also good for proof of concepts.
 
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