To be more concrete, I'm talking here about an architecture where I have 1 SFSB as session facade talking to business services implemented as SLSBs that in turn manage functions, such as login, account management, orders, etc. respectively.
The SFSB Session Facade holds the session data and passes it on to the SLSBs, which in turn operate of entity beans. It is a general architecture, and in certain cases, such as logon management, these slsb-s are acting on a single entity bean.
Do you still think it's a bad idea?
Just to make it clear, in my design all ejb-s except session facade are local...
[ December 28, 2006: Message edited by: Rich Veress ]