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Netbeans Entity Classes from Database using intergrated Authentication

Netbeans Entity Classes from Database using intergrated Authentication

Netbeans Entity Classes from Database using intergrated Authentication


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.


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