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create method in stateful

 
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Hi All
Say if i have a create no args method in Stateful Session Beans. & no other create overloaded methods
Will the stateful bean work or is it necessary to overload the create method with args passed
I reckon the args are nothing but identifiers to maintain client specific info.(correct me if i am wrong)
In such a scenario(create with no args) how does the container maintain client specific info
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Will the stateful bean work or is it necessary to overload the create method with args passed
no, there's no need to overload it; it will work with a single no-arg ejbCreate.
[ March 05, 2004: Message edited by: Andres Gonzalez ]
 
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Its not necessary to pass Client specific information from the create() method only.
U can do that from yr business methods aswell...
For example when u use a shopping cart.. u would have business methods updating yr Client Specific State on yr Instace variables.
Providing create() methods with arguments is just the containers way of saying....u can initialise the bean with some data right now(During Creation)....or u can do it by yrself later in yr business methods.
I guess that helps....
 
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