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If you call a method on an entity bean after having called remove() do you get a NoSuchObjectException or EntityNotFoundException ie is the bean in the "does not exist " state?

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You get a NoSuchObjectException or NoSuchObjectLocalException are thrown if the object is removed( which could mean the entity bean object he has a reference to/or the entity the object is refereing to which means the clients reference is void now) and client is calling a method on it, where as the NoSuchEntityException is thrown by the bean to the container during one of the callbacks/methods where it could not complete the operation because the entity is removed from the database(underlying persistent store). Hope this helps.

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