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getCallerPrincipal throws IllegalStateException

 
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When a Stateless SessionBean's ejbCreate calls getCallerPrincipal() on the SessionContext, how will the container react? Will it return *null* (the API says this method will never return *null* ) or will it throw a system exception? And if so, which one? I should expect IllegalStateException?

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Puba,

When a Stateless SessionBean's ejbCreate calls getCallerPrincipal() on the SessionContext, it will throw java.lang.IllegalStateException.
 
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