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How do you map a table to a collection of Entity Beans  RSS feed

 
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So far I have only seen examples of a session bean calling an entity bean that loads one row.
I would like to see examples of how you map an entire table to a collection of Entity beans.
Would you use a session bean that would loop around mapping each entity bean to each row in the table.
Thanks for any help Tony
 
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Read about "Finder Methods" in any EJB book. That shows how you retrieve a set of Entity beans representing N rows.
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Thanks Kyle for all your help.
Tony
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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