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Video: Using JPA Support with EclipseLink in NetBeans IDE

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Video: Using JPA Support with EclipseLink in NetBeans IDE

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A video tutorial on how to handle Java Persistence API support using EclipseLink in NetBeans IDE.  The demonstration is divided into two parts;  the first shows how to make use of EclipseLink support using editor hints and refactoring. The second part describes how to create entity classes from a database.

Note: When you use recent NetBeans IDE 6.5 development builds, with bundled GlassFish V3 prelude, the EclipseLink library is automatically registered in the IDE, so you can just use it. (GlassFish V3 bundles Eclipselink as the default JPA provider.)

 

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