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Dear All,

I have a question related to the ejbCreate function in SessionBean interface.

I know if a class implements the SessionBean interface, it must implement a ejbCreate function for the deploy tool.

I am just curious that the SessionBean interface doesnt specify the "ejbCreate", as it only specify the ejbActivate(), ejbPassivate() ,ejbRemove() and setSessionContext(SessionContext ctx).

Why and are there any mechanisms that enforce the ejbCreate function implemented in a class that implements the SessionBean??


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