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Hi, All I am new to EJB, now i am thinking of possibility of mapping an session-managed entity bean to a nested table in Oracle 8.1.7, can any one guide me to do that since i have not see any doc about them. Thanks Hollis
Hi Hollis, Any interaction that a Session bean (either stateful or stateless) does with the database _must_ be done directly using JDBC. You must put code into your session bean that connects to the database and queries the database tables. This means using classes in the java.sql package including Connection, Statement, ResultSet, etc.
Therefore, in order to query a nested table, you use the same SQL as you would from (say) an SQL*Plus session. Something like:
<pre> Connection conn = DriverManager.getConnection(); Statement stmt = conn.getStatement(); ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery(" ... put your SQL here ..."); </pre>
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