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Valid operation in ejbCreate for stateless session bean

 
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Can a statless session bean acess EJBObject in ejbCreate method ? The EJB specification lists getEJBObject and getEJBLocalObject under operations allowed in ejbCreate method.

I am under the impression that EJBOjbect is created when the client invokes create method on home. For a statless session bean however, ejbCreate could be invoked much earlier for a stateless session bean unrelated to any calls from the client.

So, how can getEJBObject be a valid operation in ejbCreate for a statless session bean ?
 
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i've got your point. and confuse too

adding in your concern, there's an evident to this case on Object Interaction Diagram in page 227 HFEjb.
ejbCreate() is called at a completly different/unrelated time with client's create(). so it can be assume that there's no EJBObject.

can anyone explain this?
 
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Kathy's answer
 
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Adrian Pang,
Thanks for the link. It really helps.

But now i've got another doubt about ejbCreate/ejbRemove from stateless session bean.
From HFEjb page 228, it cannot call getUserTransaction() method. But according to spec page 90 on table 3 (column BMT) it can.
Which one is right?
 
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