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Suri Babs
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Joined: Mar 27, 2003
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Understand following and let me know if any answer for this. Consider the following bean as Stateless Session bean.
// Bean home interface
public interface TestHome extends EJBHome {
// create method
// Bean Remote interface
public interface Test extends EJBObject {
// Declare bussiness methods
// Now bean class
public class TestBean implements SessionBean{
// callback methods
// and business methods
As you can see that bean class implementing SessionBean, but my question is according rules of java, the "TestBean" also implement the "Test" remote interface like below
public class TestBean implements SessionBean, Test {
// callback methods
// business methods
since it implements all the business logic methods declared in the "Test" remote interface.
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