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HFE - error in Final mock exam

 
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In page 673, the answer to the question 49 states that correct answers are E and C. However, the only correct answer should be 'E'; 'C' must be incorrect because there is no such thing as BMT entity bean.
 
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Well,
Let me tell u there will be a couple of such questions on the exam aswell.
There are always a few such questions here and there which u feel SUN has provided with insufficient information, or the options provided are more than should have been.
I guess there can be BMT Entity beans(What if u use Bean Managed Persistence and want to manage yr Transactions), just that the exam is not supposed to cover such a thing.
So u should not be getting such a question on the exam.
 
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Originally posted by Rajnish Bhasin:
I guess there can be BMT Entity beans(What if u use Bean Managed Persistence and want to manage yr Transactions), just that the exam is not supposed to cover such a thing.



The spec says in page 339 that "An Entity Bean must always be designed with container-managed transaction demarcation". Of course you can speculate whether the "must be designed" implies that entity beans can still use BMT but must only be designed for CMT... Any other opinions?
 
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