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From the specs (page 79), there is a table that talks about the operations allowed in the Methods of a Stateful Session Bean. My question here is, does the rest of the Specs cover such details in different chapters?
 
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Hi,
unfortunately, the knowledge of most of the details of that table are the result of a deep knowledge of the specs.
In the perspective of the exam, the best thing is to understand that table, PAYING MUCH ATTENTION to the differences between stateful and stateless session beans.
It's a good way to learn more.
 
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Thanks!
 
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