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    I have been reading up on somethings. And I have a question for everyone. Does spring really replace EJB's? I'm also learning how to program in EJB because it will be useful to know how to program in EJB. However, I will like to discuss this. Can we? Does spring really replace EJB's or do you still have to use them. (Developing server side for enterprise applications)

  • #2
    I'm just asking to get insight... More like a compare and contrast.. I'm just starting out and was going to look into EJB 3.0 too. However, if i don't need to than I won't. I just started programming in frameworks and this one is highly recommended and I'm the first one to venture off into springs. Any insight?


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      EJB question

      Here is an article on about this:


      • #4

        Spring is not an alternative to J2EE framework. Its a framework to use J2EE framework easier.
        Spring does not replace EJB. It makes EJB use easier by moving the EJB code to a POJO Class. For more details please read EJB document