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Renata fonseca
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1 - Is it possible to map an Entity Bean to a view instant of a table?
2 - Is it possible to map an Entity bean to multiple tables?
Lasse Koskela
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The answer to both is yes, as long as your particular appserver supports it (some do, some don't). Take a look at the documentation.


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Chris Mathews
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It is important to note that neither of these are standardized by the EJB Specification though as Lasse mentions many Application Servers do support them.
 
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