||POJO Application Frameworks: Spring Vs. EJB 3.0|
|Subject:||Spring and/or EJB3|
Response to: Spring and/or EJB3
Hmm, just a quick point -- EJB 3 and Spring both provide easy-to-use APIs on top of existing persistence solutions (Hibernate, Toplink, JDBC etc.) I do not think it is sensible to use EJB 3 as a persistence plug-in for Spring -- it forces two layers of abstraction and defeats the whole "standard" advantage of EJB 3.