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Need clarification on a ICE 158 Question

 
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Hi!
Need some clarification on this question.
As mentioned by Alex, Bruce et. al. earlier, answer to this question is "c". Can someone explain why?
52) Part of an application's business logic is implemented using a limited set of connections to a legacy system. The development team want to
provide an EJB interface to this legacy code. The BEST approach to managing connection resources would be to use:
a) Stateful Session beans one per connection
b) Stateless Session beans one per connection
c) BMP Entity Bean one per connection
d) CMP Entity Bean one per connection
regards,
srikrishnan
 
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why is the answer C? isnt it B? it is like a session facade, and the container maintains sb pool?
 
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