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Pro JPA 2 - Mastering the Java™ Persistence API

Pro JPA 2 - Mastering the Java™ Persistence API

of: Mike Keith, Merrick Schincariol, Jeremy Keith

Apress, 2011

ISBN: 9781430219576 , 500 Pages

Format: PDF, Read online

Copy protection: DRM

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Price: 46,99 EUR



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Pro JPA 2 - Mastering the Java™ Persistence API


 

Pro JPA 2 introduces, explains, and demonstrates how to use the Java Persistence API (JPA). JPA provides Java developers with both the knowledge and insight needed to write Java applications that access relational databases through JPA.
Authors Mike Keith and Merrick Schincariol take a hands-on approach to teaching by giving examples to illustrate each concept of the API and showing how it is used in practice.
All of the examples use a common model from an overriding sample application, giving readers a context from which to start and helping them to understand the examples within an already familiar domain. After completing the book, you will have a full understanding and be able to successfully code applications using JPA. The book also serves as a reference guide during initial and later JPA application experiences.
  • Hands-on examples for all the aspects of the JPA specification, based on the reference implementation of this specification
  • A special section on migration to JPA
  • Expert insight about various aspects of the API and when they are useful
  • Portability hints to provide increased awareness of the potential for non-portable JPA code


Mike Keith wasthe co-specification lead for JPA 1.0 and a member of the JPA 2.0 and JPA 2.1expert groups. He sits on a number of other Java Community Process expertgroups and the Enterprise Expert Group (EEG) in the OSGi Alliance. He holds aMasters degree in Computer Science from Carleton University, and has over 20years experience in persistence and distributed systems research and practice.He has written papers and articles on JPA and spoken at numerous conferencesaround the world. He is employed as an architect at Oracle in Ottawa, Canada,and is married with four kids and two dogs.