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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Hi, I have a program to manage clients of my tennis club. But we have several different computer ... so that there is one Persistence context for all the client programs on the different computers. For example: When I change the name of a client on 1 computer, that change has to be discovered by the other client programs as
It would be useful if instead of creating a web service layer on top of a database, I could just set up permissions to entities and entity variables for client connections. This would be beneficial when providing specific raw data where additional business logic is not required. I suppose
The ObjectDB configuration file contains one <objectdb> root element with seven subelements: <objectdb> <general> ... </general> <database> ... </database> <entities> ... </entities> <schema> ... </schema> <server> ... </server> <users> ... </users> <ssl> ... </ssl
. Suitable for database files ranging from kilobytes to terabytes. Supports both Client-Server mode
, which is managed on an ordinary ObjectDB database server. Any ObjectDB database on any server (but not in ... and only requires running an ObjectDB database server with appropriate <replication> elements in the configuration: <server> <connection port="6001" max="100" /> <data path="$objectdb/db
Describes the ObjectDB object database tools - the Explorer, the Server, the Enhancer, the Doctor and the Replayer.
). Specify an ObjectDB connection url - either embedded (e.g. c:\points.odb) or client-server (e.g
Developers. GlassFish Server 3.0.1 (or above). The last version of ObjectDB (just download and extract
This tutorial demonstrates how to create and run a full Java EE 6 MVC (Model View Controller) web application using GlassFish, ObjectDB and JPA. Since this web application uses Java EE 6 EJB (session beans) it requires a full Java EE 6 application server, such as GlassFish 3.0.1 or JBoss AS 6
Step by step tutorial that demonstrates how to build a simple Java EE web application (with Servlet, JSP and an EJB Session Bean) in NetBeans using JPA.