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Entity classes from database

 
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i am linq user in visual studio c# cum previous user of netbeans 5.5.1

now i updated to netbeans 7.0 and happy to see Entity classes from database just linq like feature

but i don't know how to use it any tutorial or example will be very helpful

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Like this one?

Three keywords from your question and Google's first hit seems a good one.

Wim
 
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Thanks for this link Wim Vanni

but i am frustrating on this that it is not giving me the db recors



Please Help Me
Anything what i am doing wrong

Thanks for this link
 
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Chances are it's a matter of catching the errors or augmenting a logging/debugging level. Make sure you read through the documentation. And, if I'm not mistaken this is really the JPA persistence mechanism that came with Java 6.
 
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The above statemenst are in try catch block
the above two statements executes successfully but the third one didn't get me the results ( i checked during debugging)
anyways thanks for your suggestion and i will look into the docs for jpa

thanks
 
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i am little bit confused with persistence.xml can anyone help me in this please

i am using java derby with netbeans 7 (Entity classes from database)
 
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can anyone help me please

Thanks
 
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