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Why are we having methods throwing non remote exceptions in the EJBObject interface of a bean?Will these exceptions be thrown to the client?
 
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Non remote exceptions are typically application exceptions that clients can easily recover from. And yes, these are reported as is to the client giving client a chance to recover. On the contrary, RemoteExceptions representing system exceptions cause several things to happen automatically such as rolling back a transaction. Because of this difference, app exceptions should only represent business errors and not system problems.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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