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Step 3: Define an EJB Session Bean

application servers such as GlassFish and JBoss, and not by servlet containers, such as Tomcat and Jetty. By using EJB classes we can move some work from the application to the EJB container (i.e. to the application server). For instance, in this application the server: Manages the instantiation
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Step 3: Define an EJB Session Bean

are only supported by Java EE application servers such as GlassFish and JBoss, and not by servlet containers, such as Tomcat and Jetty. By using EJB classes we can move some work from the application to the EJB container (i.e. to the application server). For instance, in this application the server
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

a server in your Eclipse - you can run the application now by right clicking the project node (in the [Project Explorer] window), selecting Run As > Run on Server, selecting the Tomcat 6.0 server ... > Run on Server) and follow the instructions. Alternatively you can run the web application using
JDO Doc
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Constants.PROPERTY_SERVER_TIME_ZONE_ID

Static Field javax.jdo.Constants String PROPERTY_SERVER_TIME_ZONE_ID Mapping "javax.jdo.option.ServerTimeZoneID" Since: JDO 2.1
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Spring MVC JPA Tutorial - Maven Project

Spring MVC database driven web application in Eclipse or NetBeans. Building a new application step by ... application as a Maven project: Spring MVC JPA - Maven Project (7KB) If Maven is installed - extract the zip and run the application from the command line by: > mvn package jetty:run The current directory
Result
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ObjectDB Object Database Features

integration with Tomcat, Jetty, GlassFish, JBoss and Spring MVC. Operating Modes Client-Server mode (TCP/IP). Secure Client-Server mode (SSL over TCP/IP). In process embedded database mode. Capabilities ... for Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ and Maven. Getting Started Tutorial (console). Web Application
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

as a server in your NetBeans - you should be able to run your application now by selecting Run > Run Main Project from the main menu (or F6): You can select the server in the Run category ... you can run the web application using the embedded Maven Jetty plugin: Right click the project node
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JPA Web App Tutorial - IntelliJ Project

: Select File > Settings > Application Servers. Add Tomcat 6 Server if not set already (Tomcat ... To open and run the JPA Web Application tutorial project in IntelliJ IDEA: Download and extract the project zip file: JPA Web Application - Maven Project (6KB). Open the project in IntelliJ IDEA
Manual
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Chapter 5 - Database Tools and Utilities

Describes the ObjectDB object database tools - the Explorer, the Server, the Enhancer, the Doctor and the Replayer.
Tutorial
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - Maven Project

The Java EE 6 Web Application tutorial provides step by step instructions on how to build a simple Java/JPA database driven web application (for GlassFish 3/ JBoss 6) in Eclipse or NetBeans. Building a new application step by step is an effective way to learn - but if you prefer, you may download