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I haven't quite grasped this notion of beanness for each of the EJB types. That is what can be performed at each stage of the beans life cycle doesn't all make sense to me. Is this a logical concept that I need to think about for a while or is this just whats defined in the spec and something I should memorise ?
 
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Maybe my cheat sheet on the bean life cycle could help here Check it out...
 
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