16. Which of the following are true about the Primary Key class in Entity EJB?
a. It is used for identifying an Entity BEan according to the Bean type, remote interface and Container Context
b. It is used for identifying an Entity BEan according to the Bean type, home interface and Container Context
c. The definition of the Primary Key can be deferred until deployment
d. The primary key should override the equals() and hashCode() methods of the Object class
e. The primary key class cannot define constructors
29. When does an Entity Bean transition from Pooled State to Ready state
a. when create() is invoked on EJBHome
b. when a find method is invoked on EJBHome
c. when a BEan is activated by the container
d. when a BEan is passivated by the container
30. When is unsetEntityContext() invoked on an Entity bean?
a. When the entity bean is to be garbage collected
b. After an entity bean is garbage collected
c. after the finalize() method has been invoked on the EntityBean
d. None of the above
27. In EJBs, Which two callback methods can be used for synchronizing the bean's state with the database
a. ejbStore() and ejbLoad()
b. ejbActivate() and ejbPassivate()
c. ejbStore() and ejbPasivate()
d. ejbLoad() and ejbActivate()
28.Which type of EJBs are ideal to model multiple rows of read-only data?
a. Entity Beans
b. Session Beans
Originally posted by shai koren:
just wondering about the practicalllity and benefit of deffering the pk class untill deployment. how usefull is it?
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