1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 29, 2006 1:37 PM by Scott Stark

    Keep SFSB stub in HttpSession!?

    tsar_bomba Newbie

      I posted earlier about having problems keeping values in-state using a stateful session bean.

      Looking through the TrailBlazer app, I think I found the answer:


      ...which leads me to a *new* question.

      If I have to keep a stub of the SFSB's interface in an HttpSession, why on earth would I use a Stateful bean at all?? Why would I need the additional overhead of a Stateful bean on the server if I have to store it in the web layer in-session anyhow?

      Why wouldn't I just use a Stateless bean stored in the HttpSession...which gives me essentially the same result, doesn't it?

      Obviously, I'm very new to EJB...so bare with me.