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Can someone explain what are these tables for?

 
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I deployed my beans on OC4J and it created some tables with the names of beans. But I already have the database tables in which the data resides.
What do I do with these tables created by OC4J/Orion seems orion-web.xml also points to this, am I supposed to delete them and modify orion-web.xml to point to my real tables?
 
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thanks. i got this.
 
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Raj,
For the benefit of those who didn't "get this" (like you), you need to modify the "application.xml" file, in the "j2ee/home/config" subdirectory of your OC4J stand-alone installation and change:

autocreate="true"

to

autocreate="false"

Good Luck,
Avi.
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