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Q: EJB must not define class in package

 
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What does it mean when the spec. says:

EJB must not define a class in a package?

Anyone has an example?
Thanks.
Yan
 
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As a Bean Provider, your deliverable is an ejb-jar file with your beans/interfaces/deployment-descriptor. This ejb-jar file can possibly be mixed with other ejb-jar's from the application-assembler, to better fit a domain, based on the requirements. And I guess that's why EJB spec does not recommend putting classes in packages.

HTH,

-Fazal.
 
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I would have thought that this is about disallowing the use of definePackage() and defineClass() of ClassLoader.
 
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I read some where that defining beans in packages, will be a security hole.
If it is the case, is there any body who knows why and how?
 
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