[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: SFSB vs. JavaBean

EricJava do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Jan 24 05:19:24 EST 2008

"pete.muir at jboss.org" wrote : This is scope to the request scope by default - so it is stateful across the request but its *not* conversational.
  | @Name("pojo")
  |   | class Pojo {}

Wait, I thought conversation scope was the default scope?  It is for SFSBs, right?  If I annotate my bean with @Name @Stateful, I get a conversation-scoped bean.  If I put just @Name, it's a POJO, and you're saying it's request scoped?

This still doesn't fully answer the question.  Most things can be done with POJOs.  For example most beans aren't message-driven.  For many simple things there is no performance benefit to clustering beans.  So, should we be using EJBs or POJOs?  POJOs have a benefit of simplicity: no need to write an interface.

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