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Will singleton be discard when system exception thrown from @PreDestroy

 
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On Ivan's notes, p. 301, the diagram says for any system exception thrown by @PostConstruct or @PreDestroy,

1. if it is a singleton bean, the container will rollback any container started transaction. (I believe this singleton will be discarded as well)

2. If it is not a singleton bean, the container will discard the EJB instance.

But in the JSR-318, p.391, table 19, it says


Handling of exception thrown by a postconstruct or predestroy method of a stateful or stateless or singleton :
bean method condition: bean is stateful/stateless/singleton
container action: log the exception, if singleton rollback any container-started transaction, discard instance.



So, obviously, the container will discard the singleton when a system exception is thrown from @PostConstruct or @PreDestroy.
 
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Yes, the Singleton will be discarded when a System Exception is thrown from the PostConstruct or PreDestroy method.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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