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How do I check my relationship between beans?

 
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I am try to check for relationships between my beans and I am not getting anything at all.
In my usersEJB,
I have made columns called "Username" and "Password".
In my rolesEJB,
I have made columns called "Username" and "Description"
When I load my roles_list_applet.jsp(bottom frame) and in users_list_applet.jsp(top frame) in a frame. There should be a relationship established between the two beans such that only the usernames in usersEJB should be present in rolesEJB. For some reason this is not happening.
I do not know the reason for it. How do I check my relationships between my beans? Is there any other way to check relationships between beans?
Please do let me know.
Thank you
Ronak Parekh
 
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