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HF EJB Errata clarification

 
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Page 94. steps 5 and 6

"The order of creation is wrong (and inconsistent with the order as present later in the book):
The EJBObject is created BEFORE the bean is created.
Steps 5 and 6 are really 3 steps:
Now the services kick in and
5: the EJBObject is created
6: the bean is created
6b: the EJBObject stub is returned to the client."

This is easy to understand but modifying the diagram is not. Is there by any chance there could be a correct e-copy of the corrected diagram that can be printed off? What I do is print off all the errata then transfer it to the hardcopy (the book) and work from there. Given the fundamental importance of the diagram (and the general power of diagrams) I think a corrected diagram would be most useful.

Thanks,

JerryB
 
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Does anyone know if there is an electronic version of the book and if it has a corrected diagram?

Thanks,

Jerry B.
 
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There is no electronic version of the book.
Concerning the corrected diagram, make one yourself
 
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