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Serialization and passivation in Stateful session beans

rajesh kumar
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Joined: Jul 27, 2006
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Hi

i am new to this Subject. Can anybody explain me in detail , what happens when the passivation method is called by the container, and are we serializing the data of the stateful session bean. i mean are we storing the conversational state of the client anywhere.

If we are storing this state where are we storing this state.
and when the client revisits the same page how does he gets the same state where he last left.

Waiting for your explanations
 
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