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Came across the following sentence while preparing for SCEA part 1:

"One of the advantages of using Stateless Session Beans is that they are lightweight objects [...]"

 
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it is compared to stateful session bean.
 
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yes, you could say they are light weight when compared to stateful session bean, simply because they dont have the overhead of maintaining the state of the client.
 
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