Java EE provides singletons through the use of the
@Singleton annotation. In practice, this annotation will guarantee that your class will be loaded only once per JVM or per application server instance. Although this is a powerful feature, if your business scenario can't cope with this behavior (duplicate component instances, one per JVM), you need another approach; the singleton service offered by WebLogic can offer an elegant solution for such cases. This feature guarantees that a given singleton class will have only one instance across a cluster, automatically managing failover and migration to another server instance in case of failure.
In the singleton
ReservationCodeBean class there is a functionality that generates ...