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difference between stateful session bean and stateless session bean.

 
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Can anybody tell me why "get a transaction reference, and call methods on it", "access another bean's methods" and "access a resource manager" are not availabe in ejbCreate (), ejbRemove()? ( But, in stateful bean, they are available. )

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Jingyi,

I think this post has a very good explanation for it:

https://coderanch.com/t/158984/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/questions


Also you could search this forum for "meaningful transaction context or client security context" - should bring up several posts that you might find useful (the one specified above is one of them)

 
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thanks.
 
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