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Leveraging the Helper Method to Invoke Insert, Update, and Delete Procedures

At this point, if you create a default entity-based View Object called Products for the Products entity object and add an instance of it to a ProductsModule application module, you can quickly test inserting, updating, and deleting rows from the Products view object instance in the Business Components Browser.

Often, it is enough that you override just the insert, update, and delete operations. The default behavior that performs the SELECT statement for findByPrimaryKey() and the SELECT FOR UPDATE statement for lock() against the database view works for most basic kinds of views.