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Bean Things for unsetEntityContext

 
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What are Bean Things for unsetEntityContext? Are they same as setEntityContext? I guess no they are not
 
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Hi Alfred,

From what you can read on pages 170-171 of the EJB specs, I think that you can conclude that the "beanness" of an entity bean is the same in both setEntityContext() and unsetEntityContext().

Regards,

Olivier.
[ August 24, 2004: Message edited by: Olivier Dumont ]
 
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Thanks Olivier
 
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