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both CMP and CMR fields are virtual fields?

 
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Both CMP and CMR fields are virtual fields or only CMR fields are virtual fields?.

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Hi Yamini,
Sorry for replying late, But Good to know things even after completion of the exam.
According to spec 10.1.3 Entity Bean Providers Programming Contract


The container-managed persistent fields and container-managed relationship fields must not be defined in the entity bean class. From the perspective of the Bean Provider, the container-managed persistent fields and container-managed relationship fields are virtual fields only, and are accessed through get and set accessor methods. The implementation of the container-managed persistent fields and container-managed relationship fields is supplied by the container.


So the answer to your question YES both CMP and CMR are virtual fields

Hope that helps.

[ October 07, 2004: Message edited by: Nileesha Bojjawar ]
[ October 07, 2004: Message edited by: Nileesha Bojjawar ]
 
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