I'm learning about the Entity API. I have a simple extra table that I'd like to "drupalize" so that I can use it in Views, for example.
I've read quite a bit, watched a few videos, looked at quite a few examples. I'm stuck on the concept of bundles. I understand what bundles are (e.g. node types are bundles of the node entity).
But for my use there will only ever be one bundle. In the examples I've seen the bundle is stored in the database table; this is not necessary for me as it would be the same value stored against every record. So I was thinking I could somehow skip this, or have my entity always return a standard string for bundle.
Have I misunderstood? Do bundles always have to be implemented, and implemented at database table level?