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javax.persistence.metamodel.IdentifiableType

to the id attribute declared by the entity or mapped superclass. Return the attribute that corresponds to the id attribute declared by the entity or mapped superclass. Parameters: type - the type of the represented declared id attribute Returns: declared id attribute Throws: IllegalArgumentException
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javax.persistence.metamodel.MappedSuperclassType

,Y> getDeclaredId(Class type) Return the attribute that corresponds to the id attribute declared by the entity or mapped superclass. Return the attribute that corresponds to the id attribute declared by the entity or mapped superclass. Parameters: type - the type of the represented declared id
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Shared (L2) Entity Cache

: boolean isCached = cache.contains(MyEntity.class, Long.valueOf(id)); Cached entity objects ... the shared cache: cache.evict(MyEntity.class, Long.valueOf(id)); // Remove all the instances
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JPA Annotations for Classes

policy (as explained in chapter 3): Another JPA class annotation defines an ID class: ID classes
Tutorial
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

/> id="emf" class= "org.springframework.orm.jpa ... > id="myTxManager" class="org
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Schema Update

The configuration element supports renaming packages, classes and fields in ObjectDB databases as a complementary operation to renaming or moving these elements in the IDE during source code ... with persistable classes that have been renamed or moved in the IDE, with no matching schema configuration
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

/> id="emf" class= "org.springframework.orm.jpa ... > id="myTxManager" class="org.springframework
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Defining a JPA Entity Class [2011-02-11]

(@Id) field defined. As an object database, ObjectDB supports implicit object IDs, so an explicitly
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Spring MVC JPA Tutorial - Maven Project [2011-02-05]

your IDE: NetBeans IDE and IntelliJ IDEA have built in Maven support.
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - Maven Project [2011-02-05]

your GlassFish server. You may also open and run the Maven project in your IDE: NetBeans IDE and IntelliJ IDEA have built in Maven support.