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1. CMR fields can be only local component interfaces. Does this mean that entity beans in CMR should have both local and remote client views defined?

2. Can stateless session beans get reference to the EJBObject in ejbRemove() and ejbCreate() ? It is listed as a permitted operation for these two methods.

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1 . Because get method corresponding to CMR field of bean will return a reference to local interface or a collection of the related bean. if you are using CMR, then you must have local interface. you can defined remote depedn on your need.

2. stateless can get reference to EJBObject in ejbRemove() and ejbCreate().

You can easily find the answer in Sun specification , 7.8.2, page 90.

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Thanks for the quick replies.
 
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