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Hi all,

The sun's spacefications says at page 81 that

ejbCreate()
ejbRemove()
ejbActicate()
ejbPassivate()

when there is CMT run in unspacified Transaction Contaxt

my confusion is that if it don't have the Transation context associated with it then how can these methods access

Resuorce managers and other interprise beans not being in Transation becuse in First head EJB at page 354 with regard of the entity beans there is cleary written that
ejbActivate() can not access Resource Managers and other interprise beans with unspacified Transaction.

Tell me if it have different behavior for the Session Beans


Thanks!!
Sandeep Vaid
 
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