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HF page 596. Question 2.

 
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Hi Guys,
I have a question related to question 2 in HF page 596, Chapter 11.

The question is
2. What's true about methods that should run without being checked for authorization?
A....
B. They can be listed in <unchecked> element
C..
D...

B,C are given as correct answers.
My doubt is how can B be right choice.
We can specify <unchecked> element in place of <role-name> right intending that following methods of following ejbs need not require any authorization.So only C can be correct answer.

Please help me if I am missing anything.
 
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Right. The <unchecked> element is always empty. Can not add methods in it.
[ May 16, 2006: Message edited by: wise owen ]
 
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