If you're talking about the lifecycle methods the container is invoking on your EJB object, they are: ejbLoad() ejbStore() ejbActivate() ejbPassivate() ejbCreateXXX() ejbPostCreateXXX() ejbRemove() setXXXContext() onMessage()
Lasse......i am asking callback method.....i know ejbLoad and ejbStore,activate and passivate......means we are not calling these methods explicitly.it will be automatically called by container and container only....like what are the other methods.
posted 16 years ago
I don't think there are "other" callback methods. The only callback methods mentioned in the specification are those defined in the javax.ejb.* interface classes (ejbLoad, ejbStore etc.).
Hello Matthews, Apparently your definition of "call back methods" differs from the one with which I am familiar. Please help clarify your question, so that we might be able to shed some light here. I must confess that i tend to agree with Lasse... Regards,
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