Equals behavior is similarly specificied in the EJB 3.1 spec.
Probably we could borrow something:
"The equals method always returns true when used to compare references to the same
business inter- face type of the same stateless session bean. The equals method always
returns true when used to com- pare references to the no-interface view of the same
stateless session bean. Stateless session bean references to either different business
interface types or between an interface type and a no-interface view or to different
session beans will not be equal." EJB 3.1, Page 54
On 14.03.2011, at 12:52, Pete Muir wrote:
> Stuart, you had this one worked out right? I believe the spec says the behaviour is
> On 7 Mar 2011, at 15:52, Mark Struberg wrote:
>> Hi Pete, others!
>> Do you remember our discussion about what should happen if equals() gets called
on a proxy?
>> Should it route to the equals method of the currently proxied instance?
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