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accessable methods

 
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among these things:
1. get a reference to your home
2. get a reference to you EJB object
3. get security information about the client
4. force a transaction to rollback (CMT)
5. find out if the transaction has already set to rollback (CMT)
6. get a transaction reference and call method on it (BMT)
7. access your special JNDI environment
8. access another bean's methods
9. access a resource manager

which ones can unSetEntityContext() access? Would it be the same as setEntityContext? which is 1 and 7?

thanks.
[ March 08, 2006: Message edited by: reubin yi ]
 
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i can answer my own question now its the same as setEntityContext(): option 1 and 7
 
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