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Step 4: Add a Servlet Class

Explains how to define an EJB session bean in a NetBeans Java EE 6 web application.
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Step 3: Add a Main Class

Explains how to add the JPA tutorial Main class in NetBeans.
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Step 3: Define an EJB Session Bean

Explains how to define an EJB session bean in a NetBeans Java EE web application.
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

Explains how to define a JPA entity class and a persistence unit (persistence.xml) in a NetBeans Java EE 6 web application.
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Step 4: Add a Controller Class

Explains how to add a servlet to a NetBeans Spring MVC JPA web application project.
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Step 6: Run the Web Application

Shows how to run the NetBeans/JPA web application tutorial.
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

Explains how to set XML in a NetBeans Spring MVC JPA web application project.
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Step 4: Add a Servlet Class

Explains how to add a servlet that manages persistence using JPA and ObjectDB to a NetBeans Web Application.
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Step 3: Define a Spring DAO Component

Explains how to define a JPA DAO component (bean) in a NetBeans Spring MVC JPA web application project.
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Step 3: Add a Context Listener Class

Explains how to add a servlet context listener (to manage an application scope EntityManagerFactory) in a NetBeans Web Application.

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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