Using Java Persistence API Within a Visual Web Application
NetBeans IDE 6.0, the Visual Web tools, and Java Persistence API (JPA) give you greater flexibility for writing database-dependent applications.
Learn how the Java Persistence API allows you to use POJOs in desktop applications.
See how much easier and streamlined it is to code for entity persistence with EJB 3.0 and the Java Persistence API than with the EJB 2.1 programming model.
This FAQ introduces the Java Persistence API and discusses the Java Persistence API's advantages and how it is being developed.
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