Originally posted by Rahul Devgan:
Within Java are JDBC and JNDI implemented using Abstract Factory. Can somebody give me a concrete understanding of this design pattern
Originally posted by Parag Doshi:
The reason I didnt bother with local or remote interface was because I know app servers (atleast 2 of them - Borland, Weblogic) which do co-located call optimization implicitly. i.e. if it senses that the call to a ejb is co-located in the same jvm, then it does the necessary optimization which is quite similar to using local interfaces. And if these 2 are providing that service, I can imagine others also providing the same.
Originally posted by Ajith Kallambella:
Whoa...that is certainly a distorted approach I am not sure why such a thing is neede, and not least of all, if you had to do this, you should be questioning your design decision to make B local.
Originally posted by calvin zhu:
Man, I don't know why u would worry at all. Since like you said, they all succeeded, then just following one path.