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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).
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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