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Could not get Using JPA Within a Visual Web JSF App Netbeans Tutorial to work

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Hi All,

I am having difficulty displaying the content of Users table (Derby sample database) despite having followed all the steps provided in Using Java Persistence API Within a Visual Web JSF Application Netbeans Tutorial (

It is uncleard from the instruction in step 3, section Creating a Java Persistence Entity Class Representing the Users Database Table - "The Entity Classes dialog dispalys. The IDE displays the database table name Users, and suggests a class name of Users. (Double click this class name to change it.)", but did not provide detail on what class name should it be changed to.

I have tried building both TestModelApp (SE) and TestWebApp (Visual Web JSF) on JDK 1.6.13, Netbeans 6.5, Glassfish v2r2 and v3 (Prelude) on Windows XP platform without success.

This question has been posted on and Netbeans forum but have not got useful response back. In fact, I have not had any response from Netbeans forums for more than a year now.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.


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