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Reference: Page 108
On this page, Author has given a example of how to write notes in the box. However the example is about stateful session bean using a bean pool and answer is Yes.Since they don't keep client-specific data, you don't need one per client.
Should that be stateless session bean ?
Please clarify. I am new to EJB.
 
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It should be Stateless Session Bean.
You can find the book's errata HERE
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[ April 14, 2004: Message edited by: Joyce Lee ]
 
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