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Is this option correct about Passivation ?
"The instance fields are serialized and held with the EJBObject"
 
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How the container performs passivation is a business decision of the container implementor. The spec just calls out what a beans life cycle should be when the container does it.
I doubt the ejbObject will hold any data from an old instance. IMO, the ejbObject will be a recycled object or will be garbage collected at passivation of its bean.
 
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