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For session beans CreateException for ejbCreate in bean class is optional.
But for entity beans CreateException for ejbCreate in bean class is Mandatory.


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The CreateException is optional in both the cases i.e entity bean class & session bean class in ejbCreate<method>
 
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EJB Specification 10.6.4
For ejbCreate<METHOD> methods-:

The throws clause must define the javax.ejb.CreateException. The throws clause may define arbitrary application specific exceptions.
 
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Yes very true its written in specs that CreateException is mandatory in ejbCreate in bean class so sorry & thanks
 
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