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- SLSB can have only one no argument create method
- EB can have 0 or more create methods

How many create methods does SFSB should have? I know it can be many but minimum is zero or one?

I guess SFSB with only one no argument create is also valid - is that right?

MDB can have only one no arg create - is this right?
 
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Hi,

From the spec you can read about session beans (stateless or statefull) :

Each session bean class must have at least one ejbCreate<METHOD> method. The number and signatures
of a session bean�s create<METHOD> methods are specific to each session bean class.



So stateful or stateless, you must have at least one create method (and only one if you're stateless).
 
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