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Netbeans Entity Classes from Database using intergrated Authentication

MartinF (TechnicalUser)
24 Feb 12 6:35
Hi,

Please could someone help me to use the Netbeans wizard (or another way) of creating Entity classes from an existing database (SQL Server) using Intergrated Authentication.

I have the driver set up and configured to use Intergrated Authentication and this works when you create a simle Java class to connect to the DB within an App.  However when i try to use the wizard to create an Entity class from the DB, the DB connection dialog pops up, but i cannot get it to connect to the DB using the Intergrated Authentication (i am trying to do this by pasting the same connection string as i use into the app into the direct URL field: jdbc:sqlserver://SQLServer2:1433;databaseName=MyDB;integratedSecurity=true)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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