Consider the following code snippet appearing in a client of an enterprise JavaBean. Assuming that line 11 always prints the sum of all integers passed in the add() calls by this client, what can be said about the client and the bean?
1) This code is bugy because it assumes that it is the sole user of the bean.
2) This code is bugy because it is reusing the bean remote reference.
3) This is a valid client code and the bean is an EJB 2.0 Entity bean.
4) This is a valid client code and the bean is a stateful session bean.
5) This is a valid client code and the bean is a stateless session bean.
the correct answer given is 4.
it can be only correct answer if this 6 line of code is replaced by
Yes. The string ought to be "java:comp/env/test/MyBean/local".
But looking at the options you have here, it seems the string is immaterial to the question.
If you assumed that the string is not important to this question (based on the options you've got), then Option 4 is the most appropriate answer.
Joined: Jul 17, 2008
Thanks for reply.
Don't you think, using this line of code, the code will work or not ?
Because i have seen some enthuware questions, based upon these line's- whether java:comp/env is present or not.
It makes the difference in answer.