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what is the difference between DCOM and EJB

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by JimHM In reply to ejb

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Enterprise JavaBeans - Is a component software architecture from Sun that is used to build Java applications that run in the server. It uses a "container" layer that provides common functions such as security and transaction support and delivers a consistent interface to the applications regardless of the type of server. CORBA is the infrastructure for EJBs, and at the wire level, EJBs look like CORBA components. EJBs are the backbone of Sun's J2EE platform, which provides a pure Java environment for developing and running Web-based applications.

Distributed Component Object Model - Formerly Network OLE, it is Microsoft's technology for distributed objects. DCOM is based on COM, Microsoft's component software architecture, which defines the object interfaces. DCOM defines the remote procedure call which allows those objects to be run remotely over the network. DCOM began shipping with Windows NT 4.0 and is Microsoft's counterpart to CORBA

Put it simply - EJB open architecture run on any server - DCOM properity architecture, Microsoft specific run only on NT platforms.

Don't know what else you are looking for - if your a Microsoft only shop and don't plan on changing - use DCOM - if non-MS shop look toEJB's -

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by estebandelatorre In reply to ejb

Ejb is an open platform under java and Dcom is the same but runs only under windows NT platforms.

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