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weird behaviour on findByPrimaryKey

Hector Rosas
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Hello everyone, I thought that a findByPrimaryKey or any single record finder will throw a ObjectNotFoundException when the record doesn't exist on DB, but I noticed that doing a findByPrimaryKey on a table returns a EJB, it's not null, and it doesn't contains any info, but there's no way to know that the info isn't on DB. The only way a found to see if it's really an entity is to getSomeField and then catch a java.rmi.NoSuchObjectException to know if it's a false entity or a real. Does anyone here have the same behaviour? Hope someone can help. I'm using orion 2.0.7

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