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Reentrance in ejb beans

Sven Thor
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I can not see that the <reentrant> element in the deployment descriptor makes any difference for entity beans. That is, I am able to reenter an entity bean even when <reentrant> is set to False. Is this default jboss behaviour ? If so, can it be overridden ?

The same goes for session beans which can also be reentered. They do not have en <reentrant> element and I would have thought the default behaviour to be False.

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