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A container-managed persistence (CMP) entity bean A has a one-to-many unidirectional relationship (CMR) to another container-managed persistence (CMP) entity bean B. Which interface can expose the methods related to this relationship?

The answer is 'Only local interface of bean A'.

Why have to be local interface?

Thanks a lot!
 
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Originally posted by sarah Marsh:
question:
A container-managed persistence (CMP) entity bean A has a one-to-many unidirectional relationship (CMR) to another container-managed persistence (CMP) entity bean B. Which interface can expose the methods related to this relationship?

The answer is 'Only local interface of bean A'.

Why have to be local interface?

Thanks a lot!



The relationship is UNIdirectional, means from A to B. So only A has methods to get values of B. But B got nothing.

Vitaly
 
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'Remote interface of bean A' could be the correct answer also, right?
 
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Originally posted by sarah Marsh:
'Remote interface of bean A' could be the correct answer also, right?



From the top of my head CMR can not be exposed as remote interfaces. Return values of the CMR methods are always local interfaces or collections of local interfaces.

Vitaliy
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