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Problem in Standalone persistence

 
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Hi ranchers

I am trying to use persistence in a standalone application. My persistence.xml is in META-INF directory of my jar file. This jar file also contain the the standalone application. On trying to run the application I get following exception



Please help

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Guys any help on this
 
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The exception said there is no persistence provider for the entity manager. Persistence provider should be defined in persistence.xml as:

Here I am using the EclipseLink as my persistence provider. Please check if your persistence.xml constains <provider> element under <persistence-unit>
 
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Show us your persistence.xml, and tell us how you executed your client.
 
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Please see below my persistence.xml


I am running my class from jar file and persistence.xml is in META-INF directory of the jar file.

Looking forward for your expert opinion

Thanks
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