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any hints for this SCEAJ question?

 
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QUESTION :
What can bring an entity bean instance into the ready state?
POSSIBLE ANSWERS:
* Activation (ANSWERED) (CORRECT)
* Passivation
* ejbCreate/ejbPostCreate (ANSWERED) (CORRECT)
* ejbLoad (CORRECT)
* a finder method
* setEntityContext

Is ejbLoad also a right answer ?
could ejbLoad bring EJB instance into ready mode?
 
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From Monson-Haefel:
"The ejbLoad() and ejbStore() methods, which synchronize the bean instance's state with the database, can be called only when the bean is in the Ready state"
The possible ways a bean transitions from the "pooled" state to the "ready" state described in the book are : via creation, via a query method, via activation.
Hope it helps,
Billy
 
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