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Dependency from enhanced classes to the objectDB library

.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.ModuleClassLoader.defineClass(ModuleClassLoader.java:272) at org.eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.classpath.ClasspathManager.defineClass(ClasspathManager.java:632) at org.eclipse ... .eclipse.osgi.internal.loader.classpath.ClasspathManager.findLocalClassImpl(ClasspathManager.java:540
Manual
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Chapter 1 - Quick Tour

your IDE refer to one of the following tutorials: Getting Started with JPA and Eclipse Tutorial Getting
Tutorial
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Java EE JPA Tutorial - Maven Project

The Java EE 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
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JPA / JDO Class Enhancer

argument. Setting a Java Agent Enhancer in the IDE In Eclipse JVM arguments can be set globally at: Window
Tutorial
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JPA Web App Tutorial - Maven Project

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

Your download should start automatically. If it doesn't, please click here. First Steps in using ObjectDB For step by step instructions on how to use ObjectDB in your IDE refer to one of the following tutorials: Getting Started with JPA and Eclipse Tutorial Getting Started with JPA and NetBeans Tutorial
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ObjectDB Object Database Features

 JDO API Reference (based on JavaDoc). Tutorials Various downloadable tutorials for Eclipse, NetBeans
Tutorial
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Spring MVC JPA Tutorial - Maven Project

The Spring MVC JPA tutorial provides step by step instructions on how to build a simple Java/JPA Spring MVC database driven web application in Eclipse or NetBeans. Building a new application step by step is an effective way to learn - but if you prefer, you may download and run the finished
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Step 2: Create a Project and a Report

To use BIRT we need to create a BIRT Report project in Eclipse: Open the [New Project] dialog box, e.g. by using File > New > Project... Select Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools > Report Project and click Next: Enter a project name and click Finish: Now we can create a first report in
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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