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Hello there, I am experimenting with EJB3 on JBoss, developing a stateless bean. Basically once the module has been deployed I need to perform some actions related to load application settings (XML). To do this I've annotated a method as @PostConstruct, which as far as I know from the API instructs the container to invoke it once the bean has been deployed and before get in service. (correct?) Now, I am confused, because from the log on that method looks like is not simply invoked once, but right before each exposed method is called. I only need to call that method once the bean has been deployed, not every time it receives a call. What would be the best approach? And moreover should it be this the expected behave from the container.

Thanks in advance

Alessandro Ilardo
 
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