JPA Modeler - plugin detail

JPA Modeler allows the developers to design java persistence application business model and automates Java code generation(JPA 2.0).

NetBeans Plugin - JPA Modeler
Plugin owner: gaurav_gupta
Added: 2014-02-10
License: Apache License v2.0
Category: Code Generation
Downloaded: 8,070 times
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Download plugin   Download size: 3.71 MB   Last Update: 2015-11-26

What's new in this version

JPA Modeler Version 1.1.4
  • @NamedStoredProcedureQuery support (fetch procedure from db)
  • Export Diagram to PPT
  • Minor Bug Fix

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Download plugin   Download size: 3.81 MB   Last Update: 2014-06-24

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What's new in this version

JPA Modeler Version 0.7
  • Bug 6041 - Incorrectly complains of no ID, but it does have an ID via MappedSuperclass
  • Bug 6153 - Appears to be no way to add fetch=FetchType.LAZY
  • Bug 6154 - @NamedQuery @NamedQueries

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JPA Modeler assists software developers to create, design and edit java persistence application business model visually as graphical diagram . It automates Java code generation(JPA 2.0) from the JPA Class Diagrams , enable to import database table into entity diagram and also supports existing JPA Classes Reverse Engineering.

Create New Diagram : New File > Persistence > JPADiagram.jpa

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Issue Tracking bugzilla

Bug reports, feature/enhancement request and release planning is done in Bugzilla

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JPA Modeler Video Demo youtube

Entity Classes Reverse Engineering
JPA Modeler Initial Demo
Reverse Engineering : From Tables to JPA Entities/Model

JPA Modeler Screenshot Demo -

JPA Modeler

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User Comments


Re : Missing some shortcut

Currently , only save shortcut key is provided .
You may start contribution here :

Contact me for any query :
Posted by gaurav_gupta on Aug 11, 2015

It's really really good

It's missing some shortcut on keyboard to improve usability.

Can I join the project? :D
Posted by krismorte on Jul 13, 2015

This is awesome!

I'm looking forward to the reverse engineering.
Posted by javydreamercsw on Mar 03, 2014


I can't wait for a final stable release of this plugin.
Posted by zmirc on Feb 21, 2014

Posted by gaurav_gupta on Feb 11, 2014


Nice one. Looks very professional. Where is the sourcecode hosted?
Posted by markiewb on Feb 11, 2014
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