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Bean things you can do from a stateless bean's ejbCreate() and ejbRemove() methods

 
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According to the book "Head First EJB" (p. 228) it is possible to use your SessionContext to get a reference to your EJB object from ejbCreate() and ejbRemove() for stateless session beans. Is this correct ? I thought a bean isn't linked to a particular EJB object until a client calls a business method. Then what EJB object would you get a reference to when ejbCreate() is invoked ?

Btw, it's a great book, big thanks to the authors
 
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Ben,

Take a look at this thread.

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Thank you, Vagner
 
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