By Deepak Vohra
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Xml deployment descriptor, which is packaged in the META-INF directory of an entity bean JAR file. xml file is persistence, which has one or more persistence-unit sub-elements. The persistence-unit element consists of the name and transaction-type attributes and subelements description, provider, jta-data-source, non-jta-data-source, mapping-file, jar-file, class, exclude-unlisted-classes, and properties. Only the name attribute is required; the other attributes and subelements are optional. The jtadata-source and non-jta-data-source are used to specify the global JNDI name of the data source to be used by the persistence provider.
42 ] Chapter 2 The XSLT Settings wizard is displayed only the first time an XSLT stylesheet is run. For subsequent runs of the stylesheet or running other stylesheets, the input XML document and the output file are required to be configured in the Project Properties window. Select Run/Debug/Profile in Project Properties, select the Run Configuration | Default, and click on Edit. In the Edit Run Configuration window, select Launch Settings | XSLT. Specify the Input XML File and the Output File and click on OK.
Saves an entity bean instance in the database. The persist method returns the entity bean that is persisted in the database. createNamedQuery(String queryName) [ 47 ] Creates a @NamedQuery query. 0 Entity A stateless session bean class is annotated with the @Stateless annotation. In the session bean class, an entity bean is created with the create() method. 0 specification; the method naming in the session bean façade may be modified. The persist() method of the EntityManager class saves a new entity in the database.