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what is the difference between the session bean's CREATE method and the entity bean CREATE method?
 
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Hello vishnu mohan.
In session bean,the create method is the start
of a serie of actions.The container create a
new session bean's impl class(or take it out
from the pool).If it's a stateless bean,it's
end.If it's a stateful bean,some user's data
is passed in the instance.
In entity bean,the create method means the
container get a instance of the impl bean's
class and load the data from some datasource
to this instance.Entity bean means data,however
session bean means action.
May this help you.Please tell me my fault if
there is.
 
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hi Stub Wang!
I got the things... thanks for ur reply..
 
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