Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) applications implement server-side business components as session beans and entity beans.Some methods exposed by the business components return data to the client.Some vendors may implement mechanisms to reduce this overhead by using a more direct access approach and bypassing the network.
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Figure 8.5 Transfer Object class diagram As shown in this class diagram, the Transfer Object is constructed on demand by the enterprise bean and returned to the remote client.
However, the Transfer Object pattern can adopt various strategies, depending on requirements.
A session bean provides coarse-grained service methods when implemented per the Session Facade pattern.
Entity beans, on the other hand, are multiuser, transactional objects representing persistent data.