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Is M5 usable for JPA? [message #592245] Sat, 03 March 2007 06:58
Marcel RUff is currently offline Marcel RUff
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Registered: December 2009
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Hi,

i have installed:

cd $HOME
tar xzvf /opt/download/EJB/Dali/eclipse-SDK-3.3M5eh-linux-gtk.tar.gz
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/emf-sdo-xsd-SDK-2.3.0M5.zip
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/GEF-SDK-3.3M5.zip
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/wtp-sdk-S-2.0M5-200702230758.zip
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/dtp-sdk_1.5M5.zip
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/wtp-jpa-sdk-S-2.0M5-200702230758.zip
unzip /opt/download/EJB/Dali/wtp-jsf-sdk-S-2.0M5-200702230758.zip

additionally

db-derby-10.1.3.1-bin.zip
glassfish-persistence-installer-v2-b36.jar

but after trying almost two days i was not able to create any
peristent entity.

Had anybody success to create a JPA project and a hello world EJB3 bean?

1) If i click on persistence.xml eclipse hangs forever
2) There is no menue item to create a persistence entity bean
3) It took me hours to create a first DB connection (e.g. the Derby URL
with some Windows path syntax was not editable), now i have ended up to
connect to a Oracle instance.
4) All docs/tutorials i've found don't seem to relate to what i am seeing

All i wanted to achieve is some five/six entity beans in a normal
JDK 1.5 (no J2EE) environment which i can embedd into my project.

Can anybode advice me what is a quick and easy approach to do this
or do i need to fall back to classical JDBC coding?

Thanks
Marcel
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