Persistence Explorer - plugin detail
Persistence Explorer is a convenient tool that mimics the Databases module, allowing to register JPA 2.0 persistence providers and units in Services explorer view, browse metamodels of persistence units, tune JPQL queries and view results without the need to deploy your applications.
||Apache License, Version 2.0
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Download size: 0.19 MB
Last Update: 2010-07-23
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Get Started section, for important information before installing the module
and using it.
Persistence Explorer Plugin for NetBeans is a convenient tool that
mimics the Database Explorer in NetBeans, providing support
to perform simple operations related to JPA 2.0 within the IDE.
This module adds a Persistence node to the Services window. From
within the Persistence node you can do the following:
Manage the registry of third-party persistence providers and
user persistence units.
Manage the configurations of user persistence units, include
persistence providers and JDBC drivers they are using.
Browse the metamodel of a user persistence unit.
Tune and execute queries from within a simple JPQL editor and
view the results immediately.
is a screen shot.
By now, it's just a development
version with many limitations and known-issues, but it's still ideal for
a JPA developer to learn the specification, tune JPQL queries and then
inspect the results immediately without the need to deploy applications.
Sorry for the temporary inconvenience, I'm working hard to improve its
stability and usability, preparing for the first stable release.
If you like the idea, please rate it. Thanks!
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Project integration feature has been added to the list for consideration
Project integration feature has been added to the list for consideration based the suggestion from you and others.
Check https://persistence-explorer.dev.java.net/proposal.html for more information
It is better to add a Persistence node to Project
If a proeject contain a persistence file...It is to construct a node in a java project...
Posted by hantsy on Jun 11, 2010