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class level annotation vs type-level annotation

 
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What is the difference between class-level annotation and type-level annotation?
I think they are the same.
But in EPractice Lab's mock 3:

Type level , method level and field level annotations can all be overridden by the deployment descriptor. Class-level annotations like @Stateless... cannot be overridden.



I think type-level and class-level annotations mean the same thing. Some of them can be overridden by the deployment descriptor, but some cannot.
 
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