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an entity bean question

 
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are the ejbActivate method and ejbPasstivate method in entity bean callback method?
 
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Yes they are.
 
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these 2 methods are usually left empty for entity beans.
 
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In BMP entity beans, you use the Passivate method to release a db connection and use Activate to get it one.
 
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