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HFE: page 291 Q.3 - Local component interface of an entity bean

 
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Hi all,
Page 291, has a question (#3):
which are ways in which a client can get a reference to an existsing entity object's local component interface?
One of the correct options is -
Receive the reference as a parameter in a method call.
I have not understood this option. Can somebody explain this?
[ February 26, 2004: Message edited by: Rashmi Tambe ]
 
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When the client component (class) is in the same JVM as the local EJB whose local component interface it gets as a parameter, the option b works ok. For example:
Client.java:
public void myMethod(MyEJBLocalObject o)
{
o.myBusinessMethod(); //this works if the client is in the same JVM
}
Correct me if I am wrong!

Originally posted by Rashmi Tambe:
Hi all,
Page 291, has a question (#3):
which are ways in which a client can get a reference to an existsing entity object's local component interface?
One of the correct options is -
Receive the reference as a parameter in a method call.
I have not understood this option. Can somebody explain this?
[ February 26, 2004: Message edited by: Rashmi Tambe ]

 
Rashmi Tambe
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it is till not clear !
am i too dumb ???
 
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Ok, how about this:
TestBean.java:
...
private SessionContext ctx;
...
public void myBusinessMethod(...)
{
Client client = new Client();
client.doStuff((TestLocal)ctx.getEJBLocalObject());
}
public void anotherBusinessMethod()
{
//do anything
}
...
Client.java: (acts as a client for TestBean)
...
public void doStuff(TestLocal tl)
{
//see? This method gets a local component interface as a parameter!
tl.anotherBusinessMethod();
}
...
[ February 27, 2004: Message edited by: Janne Karhu ]
 
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Thanks Janne...now i understood it! :-)
 
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