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I have read in some books that only single instance of EJBHome is created irrespective of the number of clients accesing the Session or Entity beans.
Is it true and if this is so what will be its implications when multiple threads want to access the bean. I mean will it be thread safe?
Secondly, does it really need to be thread safe as there will be always unique instances of EJBObject and their corresponding Beans for these EJBHme instances.