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Bean Things You Can Do in ejbRemove() for Entity Beans

 
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Hi,

What are the beans thing that we can do in ejbRemove() for entity beans. I can't find it in HFEJB. Is it the same as ejbPostCreate(), i.e.
Use your EntityContext:
- get a reference to your home
- get a reference to your EJB object
- get your primary key
- get security information about the client
- force the stransaction to rollback
- find out if the transaction has already been set to rollback
Access:
- your special JNDI environment
- another bean's methods
- a resource manager

Thanks.
 
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Yes
 
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