Can anybody explain the life cycle or life span of an EJBHome object
W/ the exception of server facilities that allow you to enable/disable whether an EJB is 'available' for clients, the home object of an EJB is always available (from deployment to undeployment).
In the case of Service locator, we cache the Home object stub for future
Can you explain me what happens to the skleton ?
and if at all the skleton goes garbage collected, how the .create method call on the home object stub works