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manu chaox
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How is possible(if is it possible) in Spring create database schema from business object by top-bottom without application server ?
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manu chaox wrote:How is possible(if is it possible) in Spring create database schema from business object by top-bottom without application server ?


Not sure exactly what your question is. But what does an Application Server have to do with it, under any circumstance or technology? An Application Server has no affect on creating database schemas.

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manu chaox
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Hi,
I try explain what I need.

I know how create db schema by the help of ejb 3.0 annotation :



Application Server (AS) creates db schema etc. during publishing.

And I would like to do something similar without AS.
I thing it isn't possible with ejb. So I look up a method to do it.

Eduardo Bueno
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Those annotations have nothing to do with EJB. They are from JPA. Hibernate can also create and modify database just like EJB.
 
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