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Can somebody help me please? :(

 
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Hello,

I was able to create my first CMP2.0 Entity Bean, StudentBean. I am using J2EE RI server. When I deployed my EJB, and clicked on "Generate Default SQL..." (under Deployment Settings), various SQL statments were generated. These are SQL statements for createTable/createRow/etc methods; these SQL statements used "StudentBeanTable" as the table name.

Questions:

1. I created a "Student" table using Cloudscape ISQL, is there a way to tell RI to use this "Student" table instead, or RI automatically uses "<bean class>Table" (eg, StudentBeanTable) as the table name? Is this a limiation of RI?

2. I understand that <abstract-schema-name> is used/referenced within EJB-QL. I entered "StudentTest" in <abstract-schema-name>, I wonder why my application still worked.

3. I changed the deployment setting such that "Delete table on undeploy" is unchecked. After successfully creating an entity in StudentBeanTable, I went to Cloudscape ISQL, tried querying this table, but this table doesn't even exist.

Can somebody provide assistance? Thank you.

Regards,
Joanne T.
[ March 08, 2005: Message edited by: Joanne Thompson ]
 
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Hi,

Need help on this one


Cheers,
Joanne T.
 
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I haven't used RI before, but I think this is a limitation of the product. What do you guys think about this?

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Originally posted by Joanne Thompson:

2. I understand that <abstract-schema-name> is used/referenced within EJB-QL. I entered "StudentTest" in <abstract-schema-name>, I wonder why my application still worked.

3. I changed the deployment setting such that "Delete table on undeploy" is unchecked. After successfully creating an entity in StudentBeanTable, I went to Cloudscape ISQL, tried querying this table, but this table doesn't even exist.


I do not really know for sure but a few hints--

2. Just try a server re-start is needed for this. Did you try it already?
3. Did you let the transaction complete and then check? It depends on the container when it actually puts the data in the database.

Did you use 'search'? Few ranchers have posted queries regarding Cloudscape. So search on it and other relevant phrases and you might find some thread that helps you.

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Leena
 
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