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So EB home interface can declare a method that begins with ejb

 
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So, as per the specifications, an entity bean home interface can declare a method that starts with 'ejb'.

The important thing is that it doesn't start with:

1) create
2) find
3) remove

Is that correct?

Marco
 
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Yes, according to the spec, it can for the Home Business Methods.
 
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yeah .. i think it�s OK according to the spec.

In bean�s class it would be weird (something link ejbHomeEjbXXX) but it won�t be ambiguous with container�s callbacks.

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[ August 04, 2004: Message edited by: Vinicius Boson ]
 
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