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Can stateless session bean acess UserTransaction in ejbCreate and ejbRemove

 
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The answer given by HFEJB to mock exam question 14 on page 248 is C only. However according to spec page 90, stateless session bean ejbRemove and ejbCreate can access UserTransaction as well if it is BMT.

So I think the answer should be A B C.

Am I right?
 
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You are right stateless SB can call getUserTransaction() in ejbCreate & ejbRemove but stateful SB cannot do so. The question is asking methods that both stateful SB and stateless SB can access userTransaction methods.

So the answer is C only.
 
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You are right stateless SB can call getUserTransaction() in ejbCreate & ejbRemove but stateful SB cannot do so. The question is asking methods that both stateful SB and stateless SB can access userTransaction methods.

So the answer is C only.
 
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Calson Hope there is typing err in your post...

You are right stateless SB[ can not ]call getUserTransaction() in ejbCreate & ejbRemove but stateful SB [ can ] do so. The question is asking methods that both stateful SB and stateless SB can access userTransaction methods.
 
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Thanks for rajan's reminder and pratta's question.

I double-checked the ejb 2.0 spec.

Spec p.80 is for stateful SB, p.90 is for stateless SB.

Pratta, yes, you are correct, both BMT stateful and stateless SB can access getUserTransaction in ejbCreate and ejbRemove. So HFEJB, p.248, Q14 answer should be A, B and C.
 
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Thanks for rajan's reminder and pratta's question.

I double-checked the ejb 2.0 spec.

Spec p.80 is for stateful SB, p.90 is for stateless SB.

Pratta, yes, you are correct, both BMT stateful and stateless SB can access getUserTransaction in ejbCreate and ejbRemove. So HFEJB, p.248, Q14 answer should be A, B and C.
 
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