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Hello to all,

Very simple question. I have never developed an application using any of the application framework available today like Struts, Hibernate or Spring. I have used just JSPs and Servlets for application development. I have a requirement to use JPA for application development. My Question is : Can JPA be used with JSPs and Servlets or do I need to have knowledge of frameworks?
Also If someone can suggest me some good links which provide information at a beginner level it will be very helpfull. Also Can JPA be implemented in Java SE?
 
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Girish,

You don't have to be aware of other frameworks to work with JPA, although if you are working in a enterprise application, knowing those frameworks will ease some of the things that you are implementing.

You can use JPA in Java SE too.

This might be a good place to start. You will find some tutorials and other documents there. And feel free to post any related questions, if any
 
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