Fast Object Database for Java - with JPA/JDO support

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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

a server in your Eclipse - you can run the application now by right clicking the project node (in the [Project Explorer] window), selecting Run As > Run on Server, selecting the Tomcat 6.0 server and clicking Finish. To install a new server check the Manually define a new server radio button (after Run As
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Step 7: Run the Spring Web App

as a server in your NetBeans - you should be able to run your application now by selecting Run > Run Main Project from the main menu (or F6): You can select the server in the Run category ... you can run the web application using the embedded Maven Jetty plugin: Right click the project node
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Step 4: Run the Application

You can run the application now by right clicking the Main node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting Run File. The expected output in the [Output] window, is: Total Points: 1000 Average X: 499.5 (0,0) (1,1) (2,2) (3,3) : : (998,998) (999,999) When you run the application
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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] window) and selecting Run As > Java Application. The expected output in the Eclipse [Console] window ... ) When you run the application for the first time, a new ObjectDB database file is generated in
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Running JPA Queries

The Query interface defines two methods for running SELECT queries: Query.getSingleResult - for use ... other case. In addition, the Query interface defines a method for running DELETE and UPDATE queries: Query.executeUpdate - for running only DELETE and UPDATE queries. Ordinary Query Execution
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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
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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 [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 GlassFish directory (e.g
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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
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Doctor fails to run when running in parallel on more DB files.

We've got this exception, when running DB Doctor in parallel on multiple DB files. com.objectdb.o.UserException: Attempt to open a non existing file './tmp.E3Mwf13d7o/objectdb_7666012114926572695/DoctorSection_0.fls' at com.objectdb.o.MSG.a(MSG.java:64) at com.objectdb.o.LFL.x(LFL

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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