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I have a few tables, an example could be like I have a person that have many cars, a person table and a car table. Where the person have a pk as some id, and the cars have a fk to the persons pk.
Now if I wanna get the person bean I want the cars to be on the bean that the person owns. So I could say person.getCars() and get the collection with the Cars object belonning to this person.
There is ofcourse one solution and that is to have a domain object representing the person and for each person add the car objects. But is there any easier way to do this, e.g. via the eql. ? So I directly on my person bean have access to the cars ?