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On calling create() on the home object, Which one will created first? EJBObject or Bean.. Whether it depends upon the type of bean? pls throw some inputs on it...
 
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Stateful session bean : EJBObject, instance
Stateless session bean : EJBObject. The instance creation is not related to the client's call.
MDB : not relevant
Entity : instance, EJBObject
 
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I do not think Entity Bean instance is created on client call. Like Stateless Session Beans, a pool is maintained from which a bean is taken out to represent a entity based on client call.
 
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Originally posted by Mike Pandey:
I do not think Entity Bean instance is created on client call. Like Stateless Session Beans, a pool is maintained from which a bean is taken out to represent a entity based on client call.



Yes , in case of entity beans , the beans are created beforehand by the container.Not related to client call.
 
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Originally posted by Rahul Bhattacharjee:


Yes , in case of entity beans , the beans are created beforehand by the container.Not related to client call.



Can not agree with you.

For entity bean, create method is not for creat a instance of bean, it is create a new entity in database, how could container handle that without a call from client?
 
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Originally posted by Alex Sun:


Can not agree with you.



I was talking about the bean instances , which get created before any client operation.
 
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