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foriegn key in CMR

 
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Hi,
In CMP we dont map foriegn key in relation between 2 two beans. We use the CMR feild instead (the bean itself ).
Does that mean that in the Relational database table there is no foriegn key as referential integrity between two tables ? Please explain.
Can we built entity bean based on the existing tables, in that case what do we do with foreign key ?
THank you.
Nitin Dindorkar
 
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CMR relationships are used to take care of Foreign keys and its better coz you get the whole foreign object and then u can extract individual columns from it. Please elaborate ur question a bit.
 
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