Comment on Tutorial - Difference Between Session and Entity Beans By Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara



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Comment Added at : 2012-05-19 11:12:17

Comment on Tutorial : Difference Between Session and Entity Beans By Paul Allen and Joseph Bambara
Session Bean = client data is maintained upto predefined session time/period.


Entity Bean = client data is maintained in a persistant db.


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