Using the Java Persistence API with Spring 2.0

March 24, 2006

Using the Java Persistence API with Spring 2.0 by Seth White — The Java Persistence API (JPA) and the version 2.0 release of the Spring Framework form a powerful combination. Author Seth White uses an updated version of BEA WebLogic Server’s medical records sample application to show how Spring 2.0 and JPA can be used with WebLogic Server.

java, persistence, spring, spring2.0, weblogic, bea, medrec, jpa, jsr220, ejb, ejb3.0

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