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Each entity bean will have a primary key, which you annotate on the class with the @Id annotation. The primary key can be a single field or a combination of multiple fields depending on your table structure.
By default, the @Id annotation will automatically determine the most appropriate primary key generation strategy to be used but you can override this by applying the @GeneratedValue annotation which takes two parameters strategy and generator which I'm not going to discuss here, so let us use only default the default key generation strategy. Letting Hibernate determine which generator type to use makes your code portable between different databases.
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