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Entity Bean question

 
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Hi,

Here is a question on entity bean :

When does an Entity Bean transition from Pooled State to Ready state
a. when create() is invoked on EJBHome
b. when a find method is invoked on EJBHome
c. when a BEan is activated by the container
d. when a BEan is passivated by the container

The answers given are : a, b, c

But, I think 'B' is incorrect. The Entity Bean state diagram in EJB spec 1.1 (page 102) shows that the ejbFind() methods are executed in pooled state itself. Can anyone confirm?

Thanks,

Prasad
 
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I agree, B doesn't seem to be right.
btw, I tried to find the Entity Bean Lifecycle diagram in the EJB 2.0 specifications, but without much luck.

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