Each client gets his own EJBObject reference and his own bean. The client never shares a bean with another client, although the meaning of "shares" depends on whether the bean is stateful or stateless.
And remember, this is not a problem because all stateless beans of a certain type can use ANY EJBObject for that bean type, since every stateless bean of a specific type is the same as any other, and so it is the same with the EJBObject references for beans of that type.
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