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Pro JPA2?

Pete Dawson

Joined: Oct 27, 2009
Posts: 7

I have a copy of the book and I'm very impressed by it. I fairly new to JPA and I want to run the examples in Netbeans. Is there anywhere I can look to get a starter example of running some of the code with JPA in Netbeans for Java SE??

Mike Keith
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Joined: Jul 14, 2005
Posts: 304

Hi Pete,

The examples are available as sample code on the Apress web site. The Java SE examples (for example chapter 2) should load up into NetBeans without any problems, and the server-based examples run with glassfish server, which is well-supported by Netbeans.


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