Is the number of bean hold by the EJB container is
limited, if so, how to solve this problem. Please
help me out, as i am creating lot of beans in my
Thanks is advance.
At run time the beans deployed in a container are cached. And the container takes care of getting the beans instances from the pool and activating them etc., Pool sizes can be configured. So I dont think you should be having a problem in bean instantiation. I am assuming that your question is regarding the scalability of the Application. Scalability has to be specifically architected into the solution and use of EJBs doesnt guarantee scalability.