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HF Pg no. 196 SessionContext

 
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in pg 192 after calling create() on home stub the container makes the EJBObject and session context.But in page 196 says we can't get a reference to the EJB object. Can anyone explain this?
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p:196 seems correct...atleast in my copy of the book.
Please look at the second column, ejbCreate()
U cannot access EJBObject in setSessionContext() method but you
can in ejbCreate(), for a SFSB.
 
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Thanks for ur early response.
I think your are correct.
By calling create() on home stub both EJBObject and SessionContext will be created. bt i may not get EJBObject for that bean untill the container links the bean to its SessionContext and EJBObject by calling setSessionContext() and ejbCreate()
Am i correct Vish??
 
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Yes you are 100%
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