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Hello All,
My question is can we create a CMP bean on a view and not on a table ? Is this possible and if possible how we can create such CMP ?
Thanks in advance
Meghana
 
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It is possible . Instead of giving the table name just give the view name and map the attibutes according to what u have on the view.
 
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Oho, sweethearts, tell me something. The data within a view cannot be updated.Okie, i take the point that the CMP fileds be mapped onto the view, but then what happens if i try using the ejbcreate method???
Please reply fast. im keen to know bout this.
 
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Throw an exception.
Views aside, read-only EJBs aren't that uncommon!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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