Advanced JPA (Java Persistence API) development lab - Dali futures sneak peek

Pieter Humphrey (GoPivotal, Inc.), Greg Stachnick

Eclipse IDE And Languages - Web Tools · Tutorial - 2 hours sponsored
Wednesday, 15:30, 1 hour and 50 minutes | Grand Ballroom E

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This sponsored tutorial from Oracle covers JPA (Java Persistence API) development on Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE). This hands-on experience will allow attendees to construct a sample application based on JPA (Java Persistence API) and JSF. JPA related features in OEPE are planned to be contributed to Dali, so you can get a sneak peek of what's coming in future Dali releases by attending this lab.

*You will be required to your own laptop with DVD Reader

*1GB ram minimum, 2GB recommended

*Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or Linux Red Hat 9 or Fedora Core 2 or higher

*JRE 1.4/1.5 on Windows, 1.5 on Linux

*Install Oracle XE, WebLogic Server 10gR3 beforehand or come early to allow for installation time. DVDs provided.

*use the VMware image option (requires ~8.5 of free disk space and windows only) come at least 1 hour early to allow time for file transfer.

The sample application used in this tutorial is a web application for a company selling various products. The application maintains a list of products for sale and customers who placed orders. This tutorial is built on a sample web application which contains database files and web resources (.java, .css file and .jsp files). With the resources and steps described in this tutorial, you will learn how to create the persistence and business logic layers of the application using Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. This session introduces many key concepts of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse: object relational mapping (ORM), web applications, JPA, JSF page construction, and other concepts.

This is a free tutorial sponsored by Oracle. You must be registered for EclipseCon but there is no additional charge to attend this tutorial.

Pieter Humphrey is a principal product director at Oracle, covering core Fusion Middleware Java development tools like Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, Workshop for WebLogic, JDeveloper/ADF, EclipseLink. Pieter has been with BEA/Oracle since 2001 working with Enteprise Java.

Greg Stachnick is a senior director of product management at Oracle. He currently covers Oracle's Eclipse development tools strategy as well as Oracle's Eclipse-based IDEs: Workshop for Weblogic and the new Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. Greg has been involved in Eclipse tools development since 2000.

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