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BHAVESH SHA
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Dear Sir,
I am confused on ejb topics i.e
What is the difference between find and select methods in EJB ?

Kindly give me suggestion on it

Thanking You

regards
Bhavesh Shah
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Bhavesh,
A selector can only be used within the entity bean. A finder is used from other classes to find the entity bean. For more details, see Sun's chart.


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