[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: SFSB vs. JavaBean
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Fri Jan 25 14:15:56 EST 2008
"pete.muir at jboss.org" wrote : anonymous wrote : If I put just @Name, it's a POJO, and you're saying it's request scoped?
Ok, that clarifies things. I was using EntityHome, which is conversation scoped (in Home.java superclass). Then I was using other POJOs and wondering, why are these things not starting conversations? Now I see. I need to put @Scope(CONVERSATION) on them.
"pete.muir at jboss.org" wrote : anonymous wrote : 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.
| You've summed up the arguements well, and so can now make an informed decision for which to use ;)
Ok, now I'm getting it. I'll use POJOs. Are there any other limitations on POJOs that are significant for routine use? For example, I assume I can do all the same Seam security stuff on POJOs that I can on SFSBs? And I assume that POJOs can be members of long-running conversations, and can use @Begin and @End on them? This last factor (being in long-running conversations) is the most important.
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