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Chapter 1 - Quick Tour

that contains points in the plane. Each point is represented by an object with two int fields, x and y, that hold the point's x and y coordinates. The program demonstrates CRUD database operations by storing, retrieving, updating and deleting Point objects. To run the sample program of this chapter in
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Report Generation with BIRT and JPA

simple as possible - we will use the basic points.odb ObjectDB database file from the Getting Started tutorial. The database file contains 1,000 Point entity objects, which represent points on the line y ... on the following subset of these points:     (11, 11), (12, 12), ..., (20, 20) The data
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Step 3: Create an ObjectDB Data Source

data source types. Enter data source name (e.g. ObjectDB Points) and click Next. Specify the database connection url: Download and save the points.odb database file (from the Quick Start tutorial). Specify an ObjectDB connection url - either embedded (e.g. c:\points.odb) or client-server (e.g
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Database Explorer

and primary key separated by # (e.g. Point#1). A collection can be specified as a comma separated list ... , which has to be specified by type and primary key separated by # (e.g. Point#1). The Edit > Set Reference ... type and primary key separated by # (e.g. Point#1). The Edit > Add to Collection > Add New Object
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Getting Started with JPA

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and run a simple JPA application. The demonstrated application uses JPA to store and retrieve simple Point entity objects, where each Point has two persistent fields - x and y. If you already know JPA - the source code will be straightforward
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Getting Started with JPA - Eclipse Project

: Select File > Import... > Maven > Existing Maven Projects and click Next. Select the points-console ... Eclipse: Right click the project node and select Run As > Java Application. Select Main - point and click OK.
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Getting Started with JPA and Eclipse

This is the Eclipse version of the Quick Start with JPA tutorial. It demonstrates how to create and run a simple JPA application in Eclipse. The demonstrated application uses JPA to store and retrieve simple Point entity objects, where each Point has two persistent fields - x and y
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Getting Started with JPA and NetBeans

This is the NetBeans version of the Quick Start with JPA tutorial. It demonstrates how to create and run a simple JPA application in NetBeans. The demonstrated application uses JPA to store and retrieve simple Point entity objects, where each Point has two persistent fields - x and y
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Threaded Test - Failed to commit transaction: Unexpected internal exception

++) {                 Point p = new Point(i, i + 1);                 put(p);                 System.out.println("put " + p);             }         }                 public void put(Point p ... ++) {                 Point p = take();                 assert p != null
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Getting Started with JPA - IntelliJ Project

To open and run the Quick Start with JPA tutorial project in IntelliJ IDEA: Download and extract the project zip file: Getting Started with JPA - Maven Project (3KB) Open the project in IntelliJ IDEA: Select File > Open Project.... Select the points-console directory and click Open Project. Run