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Pdf). Interceptors An interceptor is a method that intercepts a business method invocation or a lifecycle callback event. x, runtime services such as transaction and security are applied to bean objects at the method's invocation time, using method interceptors that are managed by the EJB container. 0 has introduced the Interceptor feature with which the interceptors may be managed by a developer. AroundInvoke annotation. Interceptors may be used with business methods of session beans and message-driven beans.

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