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Timeout will call @PreDestroy?

 
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When a Stateful bean annotated with @StatefulTimeout times out,

will/should it call the @PreDestroy method?

I'm using glassfish, when my bean times out, it does not call my @PreDestroy method, is this a vendor specific behavior?
 
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Hi,
@PreDestroy is not called when bean
1) Times out while passivated (Stateful beans)
2) Throws system exception that results in discarding the bean instance.

regards,
Amit
 
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Thanks Amit!
In seems that in glassfish when @StatefulTimeout times out, it passivates the bean before the instance is removed, that's why i was not getting any @PreDestroy callback
 
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