POJO Application Frameworks: Spring Vs. EJB 3.0
Subject:   Spring and/or EJB3
Date:   2005-07-03 22:39:02
From:   MichaelYuan
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.

Of course, if you love Spring XML and have to tie your application architecture to Spring DI. Then, you should just use Spring and ignore EJB 3 altogether. :)

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