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accessing resource managers in ejbCreate()

 
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Hi Guys,
I have one doubt regarding accessing resource managers in transaction. EJB spec(page-81) says...
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Accessing resource managers and enterprise beans is disallowed in the session bean methods for which the Container does not have a meaningful transaction context or client security context.
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But, how can we access resource managers in ejbCreate() and ejbReomve() methods? I know these run in unspecified transaction. So, is this unspecified transaction a 'meaning transaction context'?

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Prashant
 
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But, how can we access resource managers in ejbCreate() and ejbReomve() methods? I know these run in unspecified transaction. So, is this unspecified transaction a 'meaning transaction context'?



Not in case of Entity Beans. Check out spec 10.5.2
in page 171 under "public PrimaryKeyClass ejbCreate<METHOD>(...);" and
in page 173 under "public void ejbRemove();".
 
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I know this is NOT a case of Entity beans. I am talking about Session beans.

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