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In the EJB1.1 spec, Table 3, which describes the operations allowed in stateless session bean methods, it is written that, during ejbCreate and ejbRemove methods, the bean can access getEJBObject method of SessionContext. But in stateless session bean, ejbCreate and ejbRemove methods are initiated by the container, not by the client, and the bean is not associated with any EJBObject. In that case, why and how might the bean access getEJBObject? Thanks in advance.
 
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