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Stateless Session Bean

 
Sunil Rao
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Hi All,

I am new to EJBs, just started. I am stuck on one question :
What is true about Stateless session beans :
1. They are concurrent
2. initiated by client
3. destroyed after the request

Thanks in advance for the help !
 
Deepak Bala
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They are concurrent


One bean will service one client at a time. Several beans can be servicing their own separate clients.

initiated by client


Once the client calls a business method the bean is pulled out of the pool and asked to service the client. So i guess that would be true.

destroyed after the request


It goes back into the pool. So I wouldnt use the word destroyed.
 
Mikalai Zaikin
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Originally posted by John Meyers:


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initiated by client
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Once the client calls a business method the bean is pulled out of the pool and asked to service the client. So i guess that would be true.



Stateless bean is initiated (created, initialized) by the server.

And stateless bean can not been removed by client too. It is removed by server too.
 
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