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If i use a composite pk, how do i mention it in dd?
do I omit prim-key-field and use container specific descriptors ?
 
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yOU DONT NEED TO MENTION THAT IN DD.
TO QUOTE FROM SPEC
"The names of the fields in the primary key class must be a subset of the names of the container-managed
fields. (This allows the container to extract the primary key fields from an instance�s container-managed
fields, and vice versa.)"
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