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Using Java Persistence API for Java SE 7 Desktop applications in NetBeans 7

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  • This tutorial demonstrates setting up Java Persistence API for Java SE 7 desktop applications in NetBeans 7. The Java Persistence API (JPA) provides an object/relational mapping facility for managing relational data in Java applications. JPA is a lightweight, POJO-based (Plain Old Java Objects) framework for object-relational mapping. The mapping between Java objects and a relational database is done using annotations and/or XML deployment descriptors. Though JPA is a part of EJB 3 Specification it can be used in Java SE applications, outside of the Java EE environment .

  • 09-Mar-12
  • Anjana Shenoy
  • Working with Java Persistence API in NetBeans 7 Series

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perikzzon 1.3 years ago
<p> Will use it &nbsp;as a base in my &nbsp;java jdbc course</p>
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uwe.sbr 1.6 years ago
<p> Good tutorial, works fine. One remark; if I try to create a new database with &#39;user&#39;, netbeans complains about it as keyword.</p>
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