We have a very small application and the code base is not very large plus its not a distributed architecture. Are there any popular alternative tools that tackle transaction management, caching, scalability issues that EJBs are suggested as a fix for?
- Posted by: P R Dixit
- Posted on: September 10 2002 14:22 EDT
It's an object-relational mapping system that handles transactions well. It's being used in production by some very large companies.
It doesn't really have a SessionBean like component, but it's a good starting point. From my understanding of JGrinder, it "can" support transactions across objects without the objects necessarily being persistent objects, so you could probably create a sessionbean like layer...
Take a look at Avalon and Turbine and Cocoon at jakarta.apache.org