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Is it necessary that Entity Bean's  all  instance fields have to be  mapped to the database table columns ?  If I keep an instance field unmapped , what will happen ?
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Nothing will happen. You  can keep unmapped fields in your entity beans.
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Nothing happens. Just be sure to annotate them with @Transient, otherwise they will be treated as a column fields.
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