Hi, Can any one explain me why there is No "CONSTRUCTOR IN ENTITY BEANS"
Joined: Aug 28, 2001
You should not be using Entity Beans directly, use the Home interface create method, which will use ejbCreate. Constructing an EJB with a public constructor would completely break the EJB model.
Joined: Jul 18, 2001
There are constructors but they are of the default kind. Remember if you don't specify a constructor then the compiler will supply a default (no args) constructor for you. It is this constructor that is used by the EJB Container to create an instance of your Bean's implementation class. You could explicitly define this default constructor if it makes you feel better.