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EJBException is thrown for local clients when the bean method throws a system exception.

Is my second statement true?
RemoteException is thrown for remote clients when the bean method throws a system exception.
 
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Is my second statement true?
RemoteException is thrown for remote clients when the bean method throws a system exception.

No, usually an EJBException is thrown to the client (regardless it's remote or local) by the container (exception: a web service client receives a java.rmi.RemoteException).

It's a good idea to study the tables in core spec 14.3 for the various cases that can encounter.
 
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No Ralph, look at page-364 of core specifications-

Throw RemoteException
to remote or web service
client; throw EJBException
to local client.
 
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By "usually" I meant EJB 3 beans, of course, not EJB 2.1 beans.

To be serious, I'm glad to see that the reference for the tables helped.
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