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    Default [SOLVED] Invoking a Stateful Session Bean as Stateless

    Hi all,
    I have a stateful session Bean component which has already been developed and deployed. I now have a requirement that uses its methods but does not require its state to be saved. Can you suggest what is the best way to handle this change?

    Since I can't change the design at this point, should I just create a new client application to use this stateful session bean's methods?

    Thanks for your help!
    Jeyanthi

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    just make it as stateless what is more in this. give some more clarification

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    hi, I have found the solution for this problem. Thanks.

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