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white bars in sun's ejb spec

 
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Hi all! Does anyone know what those white bars mean that go across relationship arrows on page 150 of sun's ejb2.0 spec? I have no idea what the hell they mean. This is very irritating. Thanks for any help!!
 
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I don't see any white bars. Which version of the 2.0 spec are you using? The final release of August 14, 2001 ?
 
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I'm using Adode Reader 6.0, and it doesn't look weird or anything, either. The only thing that I see that it *might* be is the arrow that goes between a1 and b4 on the diagram is drawn over whited out areas on the arrows below (probably to prevent confusing black blobs where so many arrows cross over each other). What program/filetype are you using to view the spec? It might be rendering stuff weird...
 
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