IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 Web Help

Some features described here are available in Ultimate edition only.

IntelliJ IDEA enables object/relational mappings by means of the dedicated facets:

  • Hibernate
  • JPA
  • EJB

For the details of EJB support, refer to the section EJB. Support of Hibernate and JPA technologies in IntelliJ IDEA includes:

  • Automatic creation of the specific module structure and the necessary descriptors.
  • Possibility to automatically download missing libraries.
  • Support of Java beans.
  • Mapping data sources, configured in IntelliJ IDEA, to the Hibernate session factories, JPA persistence units, or entity beans.
  • Coding assistance, including code completion, syntax and error highlighting. IntelliJ IDEA recognizes specific syntax, highlights invalid references and other errors, and suggests quick fixes.
  • Refactoring source code.
  • Using Hibernate and JPA annotations.
  • Possibility to view relationships in the Entity Relationship diagram.
  • Templates to support configuration files.
  • Surround with () for HQL/JPAQL (Ctrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+T or Ctrl+Shift+CCtrl+Alt+TCtrl+Alt+TShift+Alt+Z or Ctrl+Alt+TAlt Command TAlt Command TAlt Command Z)

Note

Hibernate and JPA facets are often used in combination with the other facets, for example Spring or Seam.

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