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Step 4: Add a Controller Class

Guest entity object is constructed and stored in the database. Processing is forwarded to a JSP page
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Step 2: Entity Class and Persistence Unit

To store objects in an ObjectDB database using JPA we need to define an entity class: Open the [New Entity Class] dialog box, e.g. by right clicking the project node (in the [Projects] window) and selecting New > Entity Class... (or New > Other... > Persistence > Entity Class and clicking
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Step 4: Run the Application [2016-07-12]

the existing database file to store an additional 1,000 objects. You can view the content
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Step 4: Run the Application

the existing database file to store an additional 1,000 objects. You can view the content
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7

Getting Started with JPA and Eclipse [2011-02-04]

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 Eclipse [2018-10-20]

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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Spring MVC and JPA Tutorial [2011-02-09]

objects are stored in an ObjectDB database. This tutorial is available in the following versions: In
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Java EE 6 Web Tutorial [2011-09-20]

by a Guest entity object and all the Guest entity objects are stored in an ObjectDB database
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Java EE 6 Web Tutorial

by a Guest entity object and all the Guest entity objects are stored in an ObjectDB database
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7

Getting Started with JPA [2011-02-09]

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