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    Hi

    This might be a silly question, but I'm trying to understand how the Persistence technology in Java works.

    As far as I know the Persistence Hibernate means that one can access the data even when disconnected from the database (source).

    Does that mean that one can perform CRUD (Create, Update and Delete) statements and the data will be synchronized when connected to the database again?

    Any help on this would be great.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo View Post
    Any help on this would be great.

    persistence also works without a database. look at this Introducing Persistence

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    Hi j2me64

    Thank you very much for replying to the post.

    The link provided looks like a great source of information for the Eclipse environment. Do you know if there is a source similar like this for the Netbeans environment?

    I am going to use some of the time today to start working through the ideas explained in the Eclipse tutorial.

    Thanks once again, it is much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugo View Post
    Hi j2me64

    Thank you very much for replying to the post.

    The link provided looks like a great source of information for the Eclipse environment. Do you know if there is a source similar like this for the Netbeans environment?

    I am going to use some of the time today to start working through the ideas explained in the Eclipse tutorial.

    Thanks once again, it is much appreciated.

    The tutorial is based on eclipse but if you are able to create projects, packages and classes in Netbeans this should be enough to follow and understand the tutorial.

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    Hi j2me64

    I do know about creating projects, packages and classes in Netbeans. Hopefully the Eclipse tutorial will help me to implement the persistence concepts using Netbeans.

    Thank you for the help! :)

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    hi hugo

    there exists also a java persistence api

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    Hi j2me64

    Thanks for the link to the API (Application Programming Interface) information on Persistence. I am going to try and implement the persistence technology into our project real soon, but I am still working through the first set of tutorials that were provided earlier.

    Thanks again for your help :)

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