Originally posted by Marco Tedone:
What's true about the client's view of an entity bean's remote component interface? (Choose all that apply)
C. Entity beans may not survive a crash of the container
I answered A,C but the correct one was only A.
Originally posted by Ryan Wong:
The entity, its primary key and its remote interface survive the crash of a EJB container.
The entity, its primary key, and its remote reference
Originally posted by Joe Nguyen:
The client�s view is that the entity is right there
Suppose an entity bean was in the middle of the transaction while the container crashed. Unless the container had saved the entity state somewhere just before it died, the client would notice the differences when interacting with the bean after the container have been restored.
Originally posted by Vinicius Boson:
I�ve never tried but i **think** that it�s possible (and the specs guarantees) that if the container rises again, the client would call methods on the component interface normally. Am i right ?