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CMP Entity Bean that gets Passivated

 
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Let's say that there's an EB that is going to get passivated and not timeout while passivated.
Is it true that the following methods will always happen, in this order:
ejbStore(), ejbPassivate(), (something happens here to make the container want to activate it), ejbActivate(), ejbLoad().
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Yes, that looks right. It's actually quite involved for a remote client in that for every business method there is this cycle:
ejbActivate
ejbLoad
business method call
ejbStore
ejbPassivate
This is why a local session bean client makes performance sense by starting the transaction and making all business method calls between the ejbLoad and ejbStore.
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