WebObjects/EOF/Using EOF/Compound Primary Keys

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Sacha Mallais[edit]

Generally avoid them. However, when you need them you can usually use the Propagate Primary Key feature to avoid having to do anything fancy.

Writing a delegate to generate PKs from the database is not a bid deal (see GVCEOFExtensions for an example of an integer PK caching delegate).