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Stateless Session bean question

 
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In case of the stateless session bean , When client calls the create method on the remote home interface , will the ejbCreate() in the bean class be always executed ? because in one of the books its been mentione that the stateless session bean instance will be created in advance and save in to a pool , before even the client requests one.
 
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In Stateless bean, a bean will be taken out of the pool and EJBObject is created , then the callback method ejbCreate() method is called...
 
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