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JPA Lifecycle Events

follows the definition order. Internal callback methods are invoked starting at the top level entity
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JPA Persistable Types

). Therefore, it is recommended to only use explicitly specified persistable types. Note: Starting ObjectDB version 2.2.9 - serialization is disabled by default.
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JPA Query API

. Building Queries with createQuery As with most other operations in JPA, using queries starts
Result
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ObjectDB - Object Database for Java (JPA/JDO)

, records, ORM tools and mapping - start writing more effective database code using Java classes
Tutorial
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Report Generation with BIRT and JPA

This tutorial demonstrates how to create reports based on data in an ObjectDB database using the popular open source Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT). In order to keep things as simple as possible - we will use the basic points.odb ObjectDB database file from the Getting Started
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Step 1: Create a Java EE 6 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 Next. Choose a Project Name (e.g. Guestbook) and click Next. Select GlassFish Server 3 (or above) and Java EE
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Step 1: Create a Java EE 6 Web Project

We start by creating a new Java EE 6 dynamic web project in Eclipse: Open the [New Project] dialog box, e.g. by using File > New > Project... Select Web > Dynamic Web Project and click Next. Choose a Project Name (e.g. Guestbook). Select GlassFish Server Open Source Edition 3 (Java EE 6) as
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Step 1: Create a Java Project

We start by creating a new Eclipse Project, using: File > New > Project... If you are using Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers, you can see in the [New] menu a command for creating a [JPA Project]. We are not using that type of project in this tutorial but rather an ordinary Java Project. In
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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). The name of the Main class should be tutorial.Main. Verify that exactly this case sensitive fully
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Step 1: Create a Web Project

We start by creating a new Eclipse Dynamic Web Project: Open the [New Project] dialog box, e.g. by using File > New > Project... Select Web > Dynamic Web Project and click Next. Choose a Project Name (e.g. Guestbook). Select Apache Tomcat v6.0 as the Target runtime. Note: You may have to add Tomcat