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Doubt On Session Bean

 
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Hi All,

According to the specs nly one client can access a stateful seesion Bean at a time.If two client try to invoke the method on the same object concurrently then RemoteException is thrown if the client is Remote client and EJBException for the local client.

Does this apply for the stateless Session Bean as well?Is it possible that two client invoke method on the same stateless session bean instance concurrently ?

Thankx And Regards
Shiv
 
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This restriction does not apply to a stateless session bean because the container routes each request to a different instance of the session bean
class.
 
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