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In what scenarios should i throw EJBException , should i ever need to catch EJBException in my
bean ?

((As this being a RuntimeException let the container do the work)

What i mean to ask is why from the servlet we need to handle RemoteException raised from the EJBException of the EJB Layer.
 
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