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Which exception is thrown when remote client tries to call remove() on a bean thats already been removed?

1) NoSuchObjectException
2) RemoteExcption
3) IlligalStateException
4) NoSuchEntityException

Whether both (1) and (2) are correct, or ONLY (1) is correct?

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If the question asks about selecting one option then first one is correct.

On the other hand one and two both are correct.

1) NoSuchObjectException
2) RemoteExcption

The container doesn't guarantee that the client will get NoSuchObjectException a remote client may get RemoteException.

Hope it helps.
 
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Parshant, i had the same question: see here

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