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HF: Page291 Q.3

 
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Hi,
The Q.3 says
Which are ways in which a client can get a reference to an existing entity object's local component interface?(Choose all that apply.)

A. Call ejbCreate()
B. Call getSessionContext()
C. Obtain the reference from the handle.
D. Receive the reference as a parameter in a method call.
E. Use a finder method defined in the local home interface.

Correct answers are D and E. That are fine.
But Ans. A is wrong. And the reason is said that "we said existing"

Even if its a NEW entity then also answer A is wrong. Because the client can NEVER call ejbCreate(). She can call create() not ejbCreate()...
Is my understanding correct?
 
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I also think so :-)
 
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Hi,
Appreciate if someone cas explain why option C is wrong.

Sawan
 
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Hi Sawan,

Option C is wrong because there are no HANDLE for the LOCAL interface. Handles are only for Remote interfaces.
 
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oh. My mistake. I should have read the question carefully.


Yes your are right the client can call the create() method and the container will call the ejbCreate since its an callback method.

Thanks.
[ May 10, 2005: Message edited by: sawan parihar ]
 
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