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From Niclas Hedhman <nic...@hedhman.org>
Subject Re: JSR 77 and JSR 88 support in avalon
Date Tue, 16 Dec 2003 12:10:28 GMT
On Tuesday 16 December 2003 19:24, Leo Simons wrote:
> IMHO, that is *many* steps back from what avalon provides.


> (1) this is so ugly my eyes nearly pop! Why is the component (EJB)
> responsible for creation of the context? Why is there some custom naming
> protocol for navigating that context? Why does it need to know about
> remoting/homing? Why is it responsible for creating the local stub? Why
> does it need to worry about what domain it is in?

Because it is EJB! And EJB HAS a past in vastly worse container systems 
pre-dating Java, YHSHY (You haven't seen hell yet.)

> == Why not do this with avalon? ==


> Several years and dozens of specifications later, the EJB landscape is
> still the horrible, messy, big ball of mud that is the cause of
> programmer nightmare throughout the world. EJB sucks, and JSR 77 is no
> different.



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