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Eclipse enterprise Java is due in September 2019

4 days 6 hours ago

Jakarta EE 8, an Eclipse Foundation implementation of enterprise Java that promises to be fully compatible with Java Enterprise Edition 8, is expected to arrive September 10, 2019. Eclipse has made the Jakarta EE platform specifications available on GitHub.

The foundation reported progress this week on Jakarta TCK (Technology Compatiblity Kit) Jobs, Jakarta Specification Project Names, and Jakarta Specification Scope Statements. The TCK 1.0 process document is expected to be completed in the near future. This document will cover aspects such as the materials a TCK must have in order to be considered suitable for providing portability, the process for challenging tests, and resolving them.

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Paul Krill

Java persistence with JPA and Hibernate, Part 1: Entities and relationships

3 months ago

The Java Persistence API (JPA) is a Java specification that bridges the gap between relational databases and object-oriented programming. This two-part tutorial introduces JPA and explains how Java objects are modeled as JPA entities, how entity relationships are defined, and how to use JPA's EntityManager with the Repository pattern in your Java applications.

Note that this tutorial uses Hibernate as the JPA provider. Most concepts can be extended to other Java persistence frameworks.

What is JPA?

See "What is JPA? Introduction to the Java Persistence API" to learn about the evolution of JPA and related frameworks, including EJB 3.0. and JDBC.

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Steven Haines

Mastering Java persistence with JPA and Hibernate, Part 1: Entities and relationships

3 months ago

The Java Persistence API (JPA) is a Java specification that bridges the gap between relational databases and object-oriented programming. This two-part tutorial introduces JPA and explains how Java objects are modeled as JPA entities, how entity relationships are defined, and how to use JPA's EntityManager with the Repository pattern in your Java applications.

Note that this tutorial uses Hibernate as the JPA provider. Most concepts can be extended to other Java persistence frameworks.

What is JPA?

See "What is JPA? Introduction to the Java Persistence API" to learn about the evolution of JPA and related frameworks, including EJB 3.0. and JDBC.

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