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Container-manager persistent fields, shouldn't be declared in the entity bean class?

 
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Hi, I'm studying that the persiste fields should be declared in the entity bean, via abstract getters and setters methods.

I've got the following question:

'Container-managed persistent fields must be defined in the entity bean class'

I replied 'true', but the answer from the book was false.

Any idea?
 
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Like you said, you don't declare them in your CMP Entity Bean class , they are there because of abstract getters and setters.

You don't define the fields, you just declare the abstract getters and setters for them.
 
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