Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
Hibernate implements JPA. So if you use all the class packages of jpa, you can use Hibernate as the implementation of it.
If you find you have an import that is org.hibernate.xxx, then you know you are using something that is Hibernate specific that is not in the JPA spec.
Originally posted by Todd Jain:
I did not see Hibernate has a package called "javax.persistence" in the Hibernate download. Hibernate provides another product called EJB3 JPA implementation. I would like to know the difference between JPA and original Hibernate specific implementations. Thanks
[ March 14, 2008: Message edited by: Todd Jain ]