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From "Bjarne Jensen" <...@ruc.dk>
Subject EJB, Cocoon, transaction management - need help for overview
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2001 07:46:29 GMT
I don’t know much about EJB but I have read that EJB has transaction
management, distributed transactions, and support for mission-critical
applications. My question is how does this fit with Cocoon? Are you putting
Cocoon on top of your EJB-application for cache-use and for converting to
the format desired. Or can you put most of your program-logic in Cocoon and
really don’t need EJB? Are there any transaction control in Cocoon? Do you
only use Cocoon if you don’t need transaction management/control or doesn’t
the technologies fit together - because it would be to slow or so? Has
anyone tried this and made it work well?

Thanks for any help that would clear my view of EJB and Cocoon.
/Bjarne


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