I believe most of the container implementations would use lazy instantiation technique to create a EJBObject stub. Hence typically EJBObject stub who be created during creation or activation of the bean.
Joined: Nov 05, 2005
Thanks Vinay, But will the container uses the same EJBObject object or will it create a new one for every client call (provided a EJBObject is around bean).
Joined: Jun 19, 2006
As long as the bean has not been passivated, it should be providing the same EJBObject.