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reference's from Stateful Sessionn Beans

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I have a question about reference to enity bean from stateful session bean

In a stateful session bean I can have reference's to
A. Simple java Objects (POJO)
B. Stateless session beans
c. Entity Beans
D. other statefull session beans.

My question is about what reference's can be cached?
My understanding for the various options is this:
A. reference and state in POJO is cached.
B. reference can be cached; state is not cached of course
C. reference and state is cached? or do I have to execute a create
or finder method each time that I want to use the entity bean for
different calls in one session?
D. reference and state is cached.

Can somebody answer this question and say if this is correct?
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Dear Marja,

I am confused about "cached",

if cached means sotored in the process of passivation (serialization)...

you can read the page 71 of the specification,

the remote and local interfaces references

are automatically sotored.
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