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question on bean instance death

 
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what happends if methodA running in transactional context call methodB having "never" transactional attribute.Will the container kill the bean instance of methodB.

also what happened if non trasaction method call any method having Mandatory attribute.
 
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what happends if methodA running in transactional context call methodB having "never" transactional attribute.Will the container kill the bean instance of methodB.

If methodA is running in transaction context, then methodB will throw java.rmi.RemoteException. Since RemoteException is a system exception, the bean instance will be discarded, and transaction will be rolled back.


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But in JDiscuss Explanation was given like this.
"Container will kill the bean instance of methodA,and Container won't kill bean instance containing methodB".
 
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