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Is Specification not reasonable on this point?

 
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Hi, all
I could not understand one point in "7.8.2 Operations allowed in the methods of a stateless session bean class", EJB Spec 2.0. In "table 3", it illustrates that "getEJBObject" and "getEJBLocalObject" are permitted in "ejbCreate" and "ejbRemove" methods.
As we know, for stateless session bean, the ejbCreate and ejbRemove are called by the container, on the time when the bean is in pool state and is NOT associated with any EJBObject/EJBLocalObject. So, how can we get a valid EJBObject/EJBLocalObject reference in "ejbCreate" and "ejbRemove"?
Could anyone give me a comment? Thanks.
 
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As we know, for stateless session bean, the ejbCreate and ejbRemove are called by the container, on the time when the bean is in pool state and is NOT associated with any EJBObject/EJBLocalObject. So, how can we get a valid EJBObject/EJBLocalObject reference in "ejbCreate" and "ejbRemove"?


Just read the OID in page 92 of the spec.
 
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