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Eclipse Dali Java Persistence Tools

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Project description

The Eclipse Dali Java Persistence Tools Project, a sub-project of the Web Tools Platform Project, provides extensible frameworks and tools for the definition and editing of Object-Relational (O/R) mappings for Java Persistence API (JPA) entities. JPA mapping support focuses on minimizing the complexity of mapping by providing entity generation wizards, design-time validation, and a rich UI for entity and persistence unit configuration.

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