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Head first EJB question

 
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P. 672 Q.45 which methods from EntityContext interface can be invoked, regardless of transaction context?
A. getEJBHome()
B.getEJBObject().
I remember in ejbCreate(): disallowed to call getEJBObject?
Any comment?
 
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getEJBHome() can be called.
But getEJBObject() and getPrimaryKey() methods cannot be called in the ejbCreate() methods of entity bean.
 
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