not likely. If it is it's a container specific setting, certainly not part of the standard. You'd not want it anyhow, as it would mean that each and every request to an entity bean would first have to involve database calls to check whether the actual table exists.
In fact, you very likely in a production system won't have the tables created at deploytime but before that and map them to the beans in your deployment descriptors.
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"In fact, you very likely in a production system won't have the tables created at deploytime but before that and map them to the beans in your deployment descriptors. "
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