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remove() method for stateless bean

 
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Page 282 of "HF EJB" says "stateless session bena remove() ---- container does not call a bean's ejbRemove()."

Just wondering --- so what happens when a client calls "remove()" on that stateless bean's EJBObject stub ? how does the server remove the bean and what exactly triggers that ?
 
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Stateless Session Beans are created in a pool by the container after the application is deployed in the EJB Container.

Even if the client calls a remove() on a statless session bean, nothing happens, because the creation and removal of stateless session beans are managed by the EJB Container.
 
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