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Does JBoss behave so much different from specs?

 
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Hello Ranchers,

I am going through Enthuwares questions and I want to test the given answers. There is a question on transaction-handling like following:



I created an example but JBoss doesn't behave like mentioned above. The A-Bean doesn't get an EJBException (it can't be caught) but it gets an IllegalStateException.

Here is my code for the client-class:


The code for the ABean-class. Here the IllegalStateException raises instead of the EJBExceptio:


And the code for the BBean-class:


Why does the IllegalStateException raise in the ABean-class instead of the EJBException?
 
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