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Legal Declarations of CMP ejbCreate()

 
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Legal Declarations of CMP Bean ejbCreate()

A)public void ejbCreateBigCustomer() throws CreateException;
B)public String ejbCreateAccount() throws createException;
C)public int ejbCeate() throws CreateException;

Ignoring the fact that none of them have arguements i picked the correct answer as 'B' and 'C' . But HFEJB picks only B as the answer?

Why??what's wrong with C??
 
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First of all, the return type of ejbCreate() method must be a public, Serializible class

Check out page. 333 --> "Rules for Primary Keys"

The option C is returning int, that is a data type (not a class)
 
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Hi,


Legal Declarations of CMP Bean ejbCreate()

A)public void ejbCreateBigCustomer() throws CreateException;
B)public String ejbCreateAccount() throws createException;
C)public int ejbCeate() throws CreateException



The Answer should be only B.
As per the Specs the return type of ejbCreate() is Entity Bean's Primary Key Class or it should be a Object and cannnot be a primitive data type as what Mr.Balaji told.
Also assuming,createException is a typo.It should be CreateException.

B.T.W what server r u using??? I guess in JBoss or weblogic,it will not allows us to use like this-ejbCreateAccount().It should be ejbCreate().Any experts comments on this part,Please..
 
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