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CopyHelper/Access Beans

 
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Hello all,

I am just wondering which method is more faster/a better design principle..

The session beans(facades) and the entity beans live in the same JVM, so session beans can use the Local interfaces to call the entity beans, but the problem is that we can't use the Factory/Access beans(that are generated with the remote interfaces).

The Factory/Access beans have a lot of methods that will greatly reduce the developement time(lookups,creates,set/synchxxx methods)..so which is the best methodology to use? To bear the network traffic and use copy helpers / use local interfaces but go through all the setMethods?.


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