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Kieren Johnson

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I've never used Yoxos and so cannot give you much advice about what it may or may not have done. What I can tell you is that downloading and installing eclipse Ganymede without using Yoxos is very simple and once you've done that you just need to follow the instructions on the Subclipse site to get your subversion client installed.
HQL does not refer directly to tables in the database but instead refers to the classes that these tables are mapped to in your hibernate mapping files (or annotations). This means that your code does not need to know anything about the database that it is attached to and this is a good thing.

If you decided to port your application to another database system and, in a fit of madness, to change all the table names then all you need to change in your application are the hibernate mappings, you wouldn't need to touch any part of your code. Neat, huh?
Hmmm. Have to wonder how much effort you put into finding the answer for yourself...

google: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=java+beans
top search result: http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/desktop/javabeans/index.jsp
Very obvious link to: http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetBeansJavaBeansTutorial

Not sure if it refers to the exact version of NetBeans you are using but seeing as Java Beans are pretty simple java classes, it shouldn't be too hard to work out.