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About page 126 of HFEJB

 
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In page 126 of HFEJB, the bottom paragraph states that only number (3) could be a stateless session bean. Howerver, in the Unconfirmed Errata page, it states that both numbers (1) and (3) could be stateless session beans.

So which is correct? Could number (1) be a stateless session bean? It has two different create methods.

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HFEJB is correct.
option 1, has a create() method which takes a string parameter. This is MEANINGFUL only for stateful session beans.
 
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Thanks. I think you are right.
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