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Home methods aren't associated with a specific entity bean, while methods in the component interface are. You can read the EJB spec for component contract and usage issues.
 
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Hi,

How are Home Business Methods of an entity beans different than business methods defined in Component Interface?

What is the difference in their usage?

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Rajeev.
 
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Originally posted by Nathaniel Stoddard:
Home methods aren't associated with a specific entity bean, while methods in the component interface are. You can read the EJB spec for component contract and usage issues.



Does this mean that I can call Home Business Methods without even "create"ing a bean ?

Then how these methods are associated? and with whom?
[ September 28, 2004: Message edited by: Rajeev Asthana ]
 
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