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Reentrant stuff in SCBCD

Alec Lee
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Just wondering if stuff related to reentrant would be tested in the exam?
Keith Rosenfield
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I don't recall if there was a question on reentrant on my exam. To be on the safe side I recommend that you know that the only bean type that can be marked as reentrant are entity beans and that you indicate the whether an entity bean is reentrant through the required reentrant subtag of the entity tag in the deployment descriptor.


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Ken Boyd
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Yeah I never found any question from INESystem 3 test exam or HFB mock exam or Real test.


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Ashish Sarin
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As far as I remember I did see reentrance related question in the SCBCD Beta exam.
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Vishwa Kumba
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Originally posted by Keith Rosenfield:
I don't recall if there was a question on reentrant on my exam. To be on the safe side I recommend that you know that the only bean type that can be marked as reentrant are entity beans and that you indicate the whether an entity bean is reentrant through the required reentrant subtag of the entity tag in the deployment descriptor.

1. Also by default, all entity beans reentrant property have their
value set to false in the DD.
2. If there is any re-entrant code in session beans, then either
EJBException or RemoteException will be obtained by the client.
Keith Rosenfield
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Hi Vish,
Originally posted by Vish Kumar:
1. Also by default, all entity beans reentrant property have their
value set to false in the DD

Are you certain of this? My thinking is that since reentrant is a required tag that there is no default value.
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