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EJB 1.1 Vs EJB 2.0 Question

 
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In EJB 2.0, BMPs are not allowed in Entity Beans. Is it the same case with EJB 1.1 as well?
 
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Originally posted by Prav Chau:
In EJB 2.0, BMPs are not allowed in Entity Beans. Is it the same case with EJB 1.1 as well?



What do You mean ? Since when "bean managed persistence" is not allowed in Entity Beans in EJB 2.0. ?

I'm confused
 
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Originally posted by Prav Chau:
In EJB 2.0, BMPs are not allowed in Entity Beans. Is it the same case with EJB 1.1 as well?



Prav,

I think that you could study a lot of EJB programming, and forget for a while the questions and SCEA certification. You're a little bit confused regarding EJB's, and for the SCEA exam, you need very strong skills at this area.

The only restriction that I know about Entity Beans that are interesting for the exam, is about which version of EJB introduced local interfaces for CMP Entity Beans, which is EJB 2.0. Plus, EJB 2.0 introduced container managed relationships (CMR) at the Entity beans programming.

Try to read the EJB specification to find this kind of answer!

Regards,
 
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You can use both BMP and CMP in EJB 2.0.
 
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