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Updating my table mapping in Websphere

 
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Ok, this may be a really silly question..

I was used to how things were in Visual Age. Now I've imported my application to WebSphere.

I have a new table and changes to tables in my database. How do I update the table mappings so I can assign my new attributes?
I'd like to do a meet in the middle mapping.

Thanks
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Sybil,
Go to the J2EE perspective. If you right click on the EJB, you can view the mappings.
 
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Thanks, but that part I know.

I have an existing mapping, but from as far as I can see is that for my new table I can import it and add a whole new map.mapxmi but I can't figure out how to update an existing one, update I mean, add new columns or tables to an existing map.mapxmi.

Please help!
Sybil
 
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I got the information I need from

http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0305_berg/berg.html

Importing Database Table Changes into an EJB Module in WebSphere Studio While Preserving References

Thanks!
Sybil
 
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