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How to Use NetBeans DataClassG Plugin with Web Applications

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How to Use NetBeans DataClassG Plugin with Web Applications

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The NetBeans DataClassG Plugin provides a class generator from databases, together with a new basic API for database persistence. Install the plugin and then take the following steps to use it.

  1. Create a web project:

  2. Select the GlassFish Server:

  3. Select Java Server Faces and PrimeFaces:

  4. The web project is created, as usual:

  5. Add a new database connection in the Services window:

  6. Select the plugin's button in the toolbar:

  7. Choose the connection:

  8. Packages and classes are generated:

  9. Now we use the JSFClassG button:

  10. Windows:

  11. XHTML is generated:

  12. Configure the pool of conections in Glassfish:

  13. Run the project (test/test):

  14. Menu of the application:

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