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Mock Ques regarding CMP entity bean's ejbPassivate() method...

 
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Which of the following methods from the EntityContext interface are allowed to be used within your CMP entity bean's ejbPassivate() method?
correct answers are
1. getEJBObject()
2. getPrimaryKey()
3. getEJBHome()

But I think only 3 is correct?
somebody plz clarify.
 
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Look at pg. 251 of the spec. When ejbPassivate is called, the instance is still connected to an entity object so it can obtain the EJBObject reference and a reference to the primary key.
 
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