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about passivation/activation

 
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hi all
When a Stateful Session bean is passivated and latter activated

Is the bean that recieves the activated state the same(original) bean instance ,whose state was passivated ? or it may not be the same bean instance.
thanks
[ November 14, 2003: Message edited by: anush khan ]
 
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