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findByPrimaryKey question from HF

 
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Hi All,
On page 342, the parameter to findByPrimaryKey is a String. Isn't it the case that it should be the primary key class instead, which often is a String, but not always?
 
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Keith,
The findByPrimaryKey(primaryKey) in the Home interface would take a parameter that is the same type as the primary key type class that is declared in the D.D
So if the primary key class type is String, it would take a String as an argument. If it is a composite type, it would take that type as the argument.
Hope that helps.
 
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