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Step 1: Create a Maven Web Project

. by using File > New Project... Select Maven > Maven Web Application and click Next. Choose a Project ... . The configuration of the new created project is contained in a pom.xml file that was created under Project Files in the [Project] window: To add dependency on the Spring MVC Framework and ObjectDB
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Step 5: Add a JSP Page

In this step we will add the JSP that generates the guestbook page output: Open the [New JSP File ... > Other... > Web > JSP File and clicking Next. Enter guest as the jsp file name - use exactly that case sensitive class name. Click Finish to create the new JSP file. Now replace the content of the new
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Step 5: Add a JSP Page

In this step we will add the JSP that generates the guestbook page output: Open the [New JSP File ... > Other... > Web > JSP File and clicking Next. Enter guest as the jsp file name - use exactly that case sensitive class name. Click Finish to create the new JSP file. Now replace the content of the new
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Step 5: Add a JSP Page

In this step we will add the JSP that generates the guestbook HTML output: Open the [New JSP File ... ), selecting New > Other... > Web > JSP File and clicking Next. The parent folder should be WEB-INF (to prevent direct access to the JSP bypassing Spring). Enter guest as the jsp file name - use exactly
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Step 1: Create a Maven Web Project

box, e.g. by using File > New > Project... Select Maven > Maven Project and click Next. Verify ... to create the project. The configuration of the new created project is contained in a pom.xml file ... all the required JAR files from Maven repositories - open the pom.xml file and in the pom.xml tab use
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Step 5: Add a JSP Page

In this step we will add the JSP that generates the guestbook page output: Open the [New JSP File ... ... Enter guest as the jsp file name - use exactly that case sensitive class name. Click Finish to create the new JSP file. Now replace the content of the new jsp file with the following content
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Step 4: Run the Application

) and selecting Run File. The expected output in the [Output] window, is: Total Points: 1000 Average X: 499 ... for the first time, a new ObjectDB database file is generated in the db subdirectory under the ObjectDB installation directory. Running the application again will use the existing database file to store
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - IntelliJ Project

and extract the project zip file: Java EE JPA Web App - Maven Project (7KB) Open the project in IntelliJ IDEA: Select File > Open Project.... Select the guestbook-jee6 directory and click OK. Define the Server: Select File > Settings > Application Servers. Add Tomcat 6 Server if not set already (Tomcat
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Step 4: Run the Application

You can now run the application by right clicking the Main.java file (in the [Package Explorer ... ) When you run the application for the first time, a new ObjectDB database file is generated in ... will use the existing database file to store an additional 1000 objects. You can view the content
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JPA Web App Tutorial - IntelliJ Project

the project zip file: JPA Web App - Maven Project (6KB) Open the project in IntelliJ IDEA: Select File > Open Project.... Select the guestbook-web directory and click OK. Define the Server: Select File ... and click the green run icon (or Shift+F10). If the browser fails to open check the settings at File > Settings > Web Browsers.

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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