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21.5 EJB Client Responsibilities

 
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Can anyone give me an example that illustrates the third paragraph on page 450 of the spec:
"If transactional requests within a single transaction arrive from multiple clients (this could happen if there are intermediary objects or programs in the transaction call-chain), all requests within the same transaction must be associated with the same security context."
Thanks.
 
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