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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - Eclipse Project [2015-06-02]

directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - Eclipse Project

directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in
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Spring MVC JPA Tutorial - Eclipse Project [2015-06-02]

> Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-spring directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in Eclipse: Right
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Spring MVC JPA Tutorial - Eclipse Project

> Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-spring directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in Eclipse: Right
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JPA Web App Tutorial - Eclipse Project [2015-06-02]

 File > Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-web directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in Eclipse
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JPA Web App Tutorial - Eclipse Project

 File > Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-web directory as Root Directory and press ENTER. Select the project and click Finish. Run the project in Eclipse
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

under the Tomcat directory. You can stop the Tomcat server and open the database file in ObjectDB
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Step 4: Run the Application

installation directory. Running the application again will use the existing database file to store
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Step 1: Create a Web Project

installation directory and click Open. Now you should have a NetBeans Web Application project
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

the new source directory node (in the [Package Explorer] window) and selecting New > Class. Enter guest as