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@Remove and Stateful Session beans doubt.

 
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I removed all the remove methods and the stateful session bean was deployed with no issues and even served the client. Is this expected ?
Since remove methods are of great performance importance in stateful session bean is this expected ? Shouldn't the session bean not be deployed
if there are no remove methods.
 
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Is this expected ?


Yes, because remove methods are not mandatory. You are responsible to make them, and responsible to call them.
 
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