Fast Object Database for Java - with JPA/JDO support

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Step 2: Define a JPA Entity Class

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Java Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the tutorial package node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting New > Java Class... Enter Point as the class name - use exactly that case sensitive
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Step 2: Define a JPA Entity Class

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Java Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting New > Java Class... Enter Guest as the class name - use exactly that case sensitive class name
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Entity Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting New > Entity Class... (or New > Other... > Persistence > Entity Class and clicking
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Step 2: Define a JPA Entity Class

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Java Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Package Explorer] window) and selecting New > Class. Enter guest as the package name - use exactly that case sensitive package
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Step 2: Define a JPA Entity Class

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Right click on the project in the [Package Explorer] window and select New > Class. Enter tutorial as the package name (case sensitive). Enter Point as the class name (case sensitive). Click Finish to create
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Right click ... as Folder Name and click Finish. Open the [New Java Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the new source directory node (in the [Package Explorer] window) and selecting New > Class. Enter guest as
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[ODB1] Chapter 3 - Persistent Classes

Persistent Classes are user defined classes whose instances can be stored in a database using JDO. Instances of these classes that represent objects in the database are called persistent objects or ... of persistent classes that live only in memory) are called transient objects or transient instances
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Entity Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting New > Entity Class... (or New > Other... > Persistence > Entity Class and clicking
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Java Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Package Explorer] window) and selecting New > Class. Enter guest as the package name - use exactly that case sensitive package
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JPA / JDO Class Enhancer

of compiled classes after compilation. Enhancement is mainly for user-defined persistable classes (entity classes, embeddable classes and mapped superclasses), and is usually optional. There is one case, however, where enhancement is required. Non persistable classes that access directly (not

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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