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Setting up a project to use JPA

 
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Hi,

Does the book take you through setting up JPA2 within your project? What are the dependencies for JPA - what do I need to install?

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Paul
 
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Hi Paul,

Yes, as we describe in the book, getting a project to use JPA is as easy as putting the JPA spec APIs and a vendor jar(s) on the classpath. There is little else to do except to start writing to the Java Persistence API.
 
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