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when the home object will be created??

 
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When and who will create the first home object thats going to be shared by the clients??
Is that on first client call or at the time of deployment??
 
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you provide the home interface (by placing it in ejb-jar.xml), Container creates the class at runtime. It also depends on the bean type. If I'm not mistaken, stateful bean's home is unique for each client. but stateless beans can share the same home object.
 
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I believe it happens at deployment. When you deploy an archive file, the container creates the home and local home objects and binds them within its JNDI tree, using the names specified by the appropriate deployment descriptor. In the case of WebLogic, this file is named weblogic-ejb-jar.xml. Here is an example.

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Thank you Guys.
 
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