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My exam cloud , mock 2, entity manager's find method

 
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@Entity
public class Customer{
@Id
private int id;
...
}
Which of the following find an Order entity by its primary key?
A. EntityManager entityManager = //...
  Customer customer=(Customer) entityManager.find("Customer", new Integer(99));
B. EntityManager entityManager = //...
  Customer customer = (Customer) entityManager.findByPk("Customer", new Integer(99));
C. EntityManager entityManager= //...
  Customer customer= (Customer) entityManager.findByPrimaryKey("Customer", new Integer(99));
Given answer is A.



As I check the API, EntityManager's find method has the first argument Class<T>, not a string. I don't see any findByPrimaryKey method from EntityManager.
 
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