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HF Page 316 and 319

 
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Hi guys,

I was wondering that why there is no ejbPostCreate() method present in both Entity Bean examples in HF book on page 316 and 319.

In Page 312 it's explained that if our home interface has create(), then we must match that create() with pair of "ejbCreate()" and "ejbPostCreate()".

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Since most of the ejbPostCreate() stuff comes later on, this might not have been included. However, since this method does not come from any interface, ideally it should have been put in there.

This is mentioned in the unconfirmed errata list.
You might want to take a look at the HFEJB confirmed and unconfirmed errata lists at the following links.

Confirmed Errata

Unconfirmed Errata
 
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