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EJB framework/callback methods and transaction contexts

 
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Hi,
Please help me to understand in which transaction context will the following framework methods work in Entity Bean, Session Bean and MessageDrivenBean. Please let me know if they work in Invoking methods context, or client's transaction context or an un-specified transaction context.
Also pls let me know for which of the following methods can the transaction context be specified in Deployment Descriptor.
*ejbCreate
*ejbPostCreate
*ejbRemove
*ejbActivate
*ejbPassivate
*ejbLoad
*ejbStore
*setXXXContext
*unsetEntityContext
Thanks for your time,
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I think that some of the following resources might be of help to you:
Maybe this one:
Bean life cycle cheat sheets
[ February 23, 2004: Message edited by: Valentin Crettaz ]
 
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Thankyou VAlentin !!!
 
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