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Sun's deploytool - setting bean max size

 
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I am trying to run a sample Stateful session bean similar to the example given in Ed Roman's book(p:97). This requires setting the maximum pool of stateful session beans to 2. I would like to observe the activation/passivation of the beans by creating more than 2 beans from the client.
Can somebody tell me how I can set this in Sun's Reference implementation tool, please. I am using the Deploytool that comes along with the kit, J2EE1.3.
 
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