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Difference between Business Object and Business Delegate

 
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Could someone tell me the difference between a Business Object and a Business delegate??
 
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Sorry, I dont know myself, but if you posted some links you've found about both of those types, I'm sure some people could help you find out.
 
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The only place I've seen Business Delegate is in Sun's J2EE patterns. There I read it as an easy-to-use proxy for the whole remote EJB thing.

CaseService appears to be a plain old Java object that does the work of reactivating a case. In fact it does the JNDI home lookup stuff and calls the remote service. This relieves client coders of having to learn how to call remote EJBs and protects them from possible protocol changes, say a future change from EJB to SOAP/HTTP web services.

Is that how y'all think about Business Delegate?
 
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Busines Objects are used to represent the business logic in the application.


Business Delegate is a j2ee pattern used to delegate the request to the

Business Object in the framework
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