EJB Relationship Properties dialog
The EJB Relationship Properties dialog opens when your draw a line between entity beans on an EJB ER diagram. (In this way you create a relationship between the corresponding beans.)
Use this dialog to define the relationship properties, and also to add the corresponding elements to the deployment descriptor.
|Relationship Name||Type the name of a new relationship link.|
|Description||Type optional description. If the text is long, click the ellipsis button, and type the desired text in the editor dialog box. |
|Role 1,2||Use these sections of the dialog box to specify attributes of each side of a relationship link. |
|EJB||Select the source and target EJBs from the drop-down lists. |
|Role name||Type the names of the roles for each side of the relationship link.|
|Multiplicity||Select multiplicity from the drop-down list.|
|CMR Field||Select this check box, if you want to create a container-managed relation field |
<cmr-field > in the deployment descriptor. If this option is checked, specify following attributes.
|Field name||Type the name of the new CMR field. The |
<cmr-field-name> element is generated in the deployment descriptor.
|Field type||Select the type of the new CMR field. The |
<cmr-field-type> element is generated in the deployment descriptor.
|Getter / Setter||If the check boxes are selected, the getter and setter methods are generated in the bean implementation class.|
Last modified: 18 July 2017