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Is J2EE SDK 1.3 violated the spec?

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Hi all,
According to the specification section 20.7, if we lookup "java:comp/UserTransaction" in ejb not allowed to use this interface, it should throw "NameNotFoundException". However, I tested with J2EE SDK1.3 and lookup "java:comp/UserTransaction" in a CMT SFSB, there is no exception thrown and I was given a UserTransaction object where I can call its begin() and commit().
(If the SFSB is Required, begin() throws exception for nested transaction. If it is NotSupported, begin() and commit() actually executed successfully).
I am not sure if this a violation of the specification or is it just my error in testing. Can anyone help?
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