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XSD for JPA 2.0

Joe Harry
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Guys,

Where could I get the JPA 2.0 XSD definition?

http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence/orm

The above link is what I use in my orm.xml but when looked for it in the browser, got a missing page from Oracle. Where the heck is this xsd?


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Joe Harry
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I'm developing a Spring based JPA application in which I have a couple of Entities that I would like to map using the XML configuration file rather than using Annotations. I get some exceptions during startup and it is primarily due to the invalid usage of a couple of tags. For this reason, I thought of looking at the XSD and to my surprise I was not able to find it in the link that I mentioned above. Any ideas?
Jaikiran Pai
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It's here http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence/persistence_2_0.xsd

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Joe Harry
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Whiyh is considered as a good practice for Entity mapping (Annotations or XML)? In my application, my plan is to use the Entity POJO's also as a DTO object. In such a case, is it advisable to send this DTO object with full Annotations to be used in the UI layer?
 
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