Note: This ORM/SQL annotation is silently ignored by ObjectDB

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javax.persistence.Table - JPA annotation

javax.persistence
Annotation Table

Target:
Classes
Specifies the primary table for the annotated entity. Additional tables may be specified using SecondaryTable or SecondaryTables annotation.

If no Table annotation is specified for an entity class, the default values apply.

Example:

    @Entity
    @Table(name="CUST", schema="RECORDS")
    public class Customer { ... }

Since:
JPA 1.0
String catalog
(Optional) The catalog of the table.
(Optional) The catalog of the table.

Defaults to the default catalog.

Default value:
""
Since:
JPA 1.0
String name
(Optional) The name of the table.
(Optional) The name of the table.

Defaults to the entity name.

Default value:
""
Since:
JPA 1.0
String schema
(Optional) The schema of the table.
(Optional) The schema of the table.

Defaults to the default schema for user.

Default value:
""
Since:
JPA 1.0
(Optional) Unique constraints that are to be placed on the table.
(Optional) Unique constraints that are to be placed on the table. These are only used if table generation is in effect. These constraints apply in addition to any constraints specified by the Column and JoinColumn annotations and constraints entailed by primary key mappings.

Defaults to no additional constraints.

Default value:
{}
Since:
JPA 1.0

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