||POJO Application Frameworks: Spring Vs. EJB 3.0|
|Subject:||Misses the mark on Spring|
Spring's independence from the application server is a benefit, not a liability. Our web GUI runs in an application server, sure. But what about console utilities, automated unit tests, installation components, etc. that need access to the persistence layer and business service objects, too? App servers are not the right tool for every job. Fortunately, Spring lets me run inside or outside of a J2EE container--it's all a matter of runtime configuration.
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