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Hello,

Specs says following:
� The enterprise bean must not attempt to define a class in a package.

Can anyone explain this more. As I don't understand this restriction we generaly define our classes under packages example: ...advice\src\headfirst\AdviceHome.class.

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Mina.
 
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https://coderanch.com/t/159007/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/package-class

 
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Hello,

Thanks for providing link... but I didn't get any satisfactory answer there... can you pls give me just one or two lines of explaination...

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Mina.
 
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Basically, what this means is that you are not allowed to use the ClassLoader.defineClass() and ClassLoader.definePackage() methods within your bean classes. In other terms, you are not allowed to dynamically create new class definitions at runtime.
 
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Oh gr8...

Thanks a lot :-)

Mina.
 
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