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Dear Friends,

I read that primary keys must be a class type,

but what about the parameter of the accessor methods,

I am not sure, the parameter must be a class??

a primitive is possible??

Thanks,

Gustavo
 
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A primitive type is also possible. Actually, anything that is serializable can be a parameter of an accessor/mutator method and primitive types are serializable by default...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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