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HFEJB mock exam Q 49

 
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Hi,
I have a query regarding the following question from HFEJB mock exam.

Which are true about transactions in EJB 2.0?

A Only one database can be updated within a single transaction
B Entity beans with BMT demarcation must use the setStatus method instead of the setRollbackOnly method
C Entity beans with BMT demarcation must use the getStatus method instead of the getRollbackOnly method
D BMT demarcation should be used when beans access resource managers that do not support transactions
E The 'SessionSynchronization' interface can be used only by stateful session beans

I had chosen option E.

However the correct option given are C & E

I am puzzled about C, as entity beans are not supposed to use BMT.

Can someone please explain how option C can be considered correct ?

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Paresh Vernekar
 
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Hi,
Thanks for providing the links for this post as well as the previous one.

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Paresh Vernekar
 
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