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Where is the "Run/Hibernate Code Generation" button to generate Hibernate Code in Eclipse?

Posted on 2008-10-17
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For some reason I can't find the option to generate code for the hibernate plugin.  Don't know what the deal is.  Everything else in my hibernate plug seems to be working fine.  Any ideas?!
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