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Hi all,

On page 10 of MZ's notes it says:

The enterprise bean must not attempt to define a class in a package.



What does this mean?
 
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Hi Duran,

I think that this is about unsafety of attempts to use Reflections API to define (get access to) package/class and so on.
 
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Oh okay so 'define' means 'access' in Reflection. okay cool.So Reflection can't be used at all in beans then?
 
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Physically, they can be used in beans, but it makes a hole in security of this application. Therefore they should not be used.
 
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Okay thanks.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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