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Code completion for Persistence Unit properties in NB 8.2 persistence.xml

 
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sspyrison



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:58 pm    Post subject: Code completion for Persistence Unit properties in NB 8.2 persistence.xml Reply with quote

Hello,

IN NB 8.1 and earlier, I recall that code completion provided a list of valid values for each property name and value within a Persistence Unit. In other words, given the following property:

Code:
<property name="javax.persistence.schema-generation.database.action" value=""/>


I could ctrl-space within the value attribute and browse a list of valid values such as drop-and-create, create, none, etc

In NB 8.2, this is not working at all for me. I only receive "No Suggestions" for the values. I can use auto-complete within the overall XML document to add new elements. That works fine. In other words, I can ctrl-space and add:

Code:
<property name="" value=""/>


But, if I ctrl-space within the name or values attributes I receive "No Suggestions," whereas in prior versions of NetBeans I received both JPA and EclipseLink values - which was very helpful and productive (and sorely missed).

I am on macOS Sierra and NB 8.2 with JDK 1.8.0_101. Has anyone else experienced similar behavior?
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