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JPA Lifecycle Events

can only be specified in a mapping XML file because there is no equivalent annotation: <entity-mappings xmlns ... -unit-defaults> </persistence-unit-metadata> </entity-mappings> The mapping file
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ObjectDB Overview

. Suitable for database files ranging from kilobytes to terabytes. Supports both Client-Server mode and Embedded mode. Single JAR with no external dependencies. Database is stored as a single file
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Storing JPA Entity Objects

element in the XML mapping file: <entity-mappings xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence/orm ... -unit-defaults> </persistence-unit-metadata> </entity-mappings> The mapping file
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - NetBeans Project

To open and run the Java EE 6 Web Application tutorial project in NetBeans: Download and extract the project zip file: Java EE JPA Web App - Maven Project (7KB) Open the Maven project in NetBeans: Select File > Open Project.... Select the guestbook-jee6 directory and click Open Project. Run
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Step 2: Define a JPA Entity Class

and paste to fill the new source file with the following content: package tutorial; import java.io ... unit definition in an XML file is missing. This is discussed in the ObjectDB Manual
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Java EE 6 JPA Tutorial - Eclipse Project

To open and run the Java EE 6 Web Application tutorial project in Eclipse: Download and extract the project zip file: Java EE JPA Web App - Maven Project (7KB) Open the Maven project in Eclipse: Select File > Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-jee6
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Step 1: Create a Java Project

We start by creating a new NetBeans Project: Open the [New Project] dialog box, e.g. by using File > New Project... Select Java > Java Application and click Next. Choose a Project Name (e.g. Tutorial ... ] window and select Add Jar/Folder... Select the objectdb.jar file from the bin subdirectory
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Step 1: Create a Java EE Web Project

We start by creating a new Java EE 6 Web Application project in NetBeans: Open the [New Project] dialog box, e.g. by using File > New Project... Select Java Web > Web Application and click ... ] window and select Add Jar/Folder... Select the objectdb.jar file from the bin subdirectory
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JPA Web App Tutorial - NetBeans Project

To open and run the JPA Web Application tutorial project in NetBeans: Download and extract the project zip file: JPA Web App - Maven Project (6KB) Open the Maven project in NetBeans: Select File > Open Project.... Select the guestbook-web directory and click Open Project. Run the project: Select
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JPA Web App Tutorial - Eclipse Project

To open and run the JPA Web Application tutorial project in Eclipse: Download and extract the project zip file: JPA Web App - Maven Project (6KB) Open the Maven project in Eclipse: Select File > Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the guestbook-web directory as Root

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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