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BMP Entity Bean

 
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Hi,
Just so that I understand this clearly.
BMP Entity Bean is not supported in EJB 2.0 , right ?
So, why do we have in the spec, (2.0 spec) a whole chapter devoted to BMP Entity Bean ? Chapter 12.
 
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Raphael, BMP Entity bean is supported in EJB 2.0. However, it's not tested in SCBCD exam.
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BMP entity bean is not tested in the exam, does not mean it is not supported.
 
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Ok,
But then, do think that books like HFE and lots of mock exams are quite dangerous on the matter.
For instance I have used mocks where you are shown a portion of code that is obviously BMT,and you are asked to choose the right statement related to the code and of course as an answer, statements like "it could be an Entity bean" are wrong !
Even the SCBCD exam has these types of questions ! I can understand that it is not tested for the exam, but I don't think it is a good idea to mislead people into believing that Entity 2.0 DO NOT SUPPORT BMP ! For a certification that is suppose to test your knowledge of the spec (al least part of it) it is unacceptable ! Don't you think so ?
 
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