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Step 6: Run the Java EE 6 Application

You can run the application now by right clicking the GuestServlet node (in the [Project Explorer] window) and selecting Run As > Run on Server > Finish: Since we are using ObjectDB in embedded mode - the database file is created under the GlassFish directory (e.g. at domains\domain1\eclipseApps
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Step 6: Run the Web Application

You can run the application now by right clicking the GuestServlet node (in the [Project Explorer] window) and selecting Run As > Run on Server > Finish: Since we are using ObjectDB in embedded mode - the database file is created under the Tomcat directory. You can stop the Tomcat server and open
Tutorial
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Step 6: Run the Web Application

You can run the application now by right clicking the GuestServlet node (in the [Projects] window), selecting Run File, and then clicking OK (no need to change the servlet execution URI). Since we are using ObjectDB in embedded mode - the database file is created under the Tomcat directory
Tutorial
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

pages in the WEB-INF directory. The next step (and the last in this tutorial) is running the Spring web application.
Tutorial
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Step 6: Set the Spring XML

for JSP pages in the WEB-INF directory. The next step (and the last in this tutorial) is running the Spring web application.
Tutorial
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

. Since we are using ObjectDB in embedded mode - the database file is created under the Tomcat directory
Tutorial
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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
Tutorial
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JPA Web App Tutorial - Maven Project

The current directory should be guestbook-web (containing the pom.xml file) and port 8080 has to be available
JPA Doc
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javax.persistence.spi.PersistenceUnitInfo

files or exploded jar file directories that the persistence provider must examine for managed classes of the persistence unit. Returns a list of URLs for the jar files or exploded jar file directories ... referring to a jar file or referring to a directory that contains an exploded jar file, or some other URL
JPA Doc
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getPersistenceUnitRootUrl()

for the jar file or directory that is the root of the persistence unit. (If the persistence unit is rooted in the WEB-INF/classes directory, this will be the URL of that directory.) The URL will either be a file: URL referring to a jar file or referring to a directory that contains an exploded jar