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EJB Question: Mastering EJB : Ed Roman

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Chap 4 gives a listing of methods for Stateless and Stateful Session beans. It seems as if the explanations are tabulated in reverse. For eg: ejbActivate() and ejbPassivate() as listed as not used by Stateful Session Beans. It also says Stateful Session Beans can have only one ebjCreate() method with no args whereas Stateless Session Beans can have overloaded ejbCreate() methods.

Am I correct in assuming that the book is wrong ?
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