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afterCompletion() has a clent security context . So , eventhough it doesnt have a transaction context , it should be able to accesss resource mgr and beans . but the specification(on pg 80) says not so!! please check this
 
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There is no meaningful transaction context, hence no access to a resource manager. Resource managers always have a transaction context of some sort. Spec page 81.
 
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Infact page 81 of the spec says that "Accessing resource managers and enterprise beans is disallowed in the session bean methods
for which the Container does not have a meaningful transaction context or client security context."
For ex , even ejbCreate() , ejbRemove(),ejbActivate() and ejbPassivate() methods of SFSB will be in unspecified transactional context . But they can access resource mgrs and other Enterprise beans because they have a security context attached with them . Its the same case with afterCompletion . ie.Though this doesnt have a transactional context , it has a security context (for ex , it can call getCallerPrincipal and isCallerInRole(String roleName)) . But i do not really understand why this afterCompletion(boolean isCommitted) can not access resource mgrs and other beans while ejbCreate() etc can access ...Please Clarify .
 
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