Developing the customer and transaction record EJBs

In this section, we develop the customer and transaction record CMP entity beans.

Customer EJB

Table 11-2 shows the attributes of the customer bean. To illustrate that an entity bean can have a local and a remote interface, we will implement both.

Table 11-2. List of CMP fields for the customer bean
AttributeTypeKey fieldLocal interfaceRemote interface
customerIDintYes-----
firstNamejava.lang.StringNoYesYes
lastNamejava.lang.StringNoYesYes
titlejava.lang.StringNoYesYes
userIDjava.lang.StringNoYesYes
passwordjava.lang.StringNoYesYes
addressitso.bank5.beans.AddressNoYesYes

Notice the address attribute; it refers to a JavaBean that holds the detailed address information. We will map this attribute to ...

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