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Hello everyone:

I am very new to JPA and Java 6, is there any good online tutorials available for beginner? At my work place, they are using Java 6 and Hibernate v3.6 (annotation with JPA). I am trying to learn both JPA and Java 6 in very short time. Please help.

Thank you so much,
Dick
 
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Did you try to google for this? I am sure you will find something that suits you.
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch, Dick Jones

Dick Jones wrote:...At my work place, they are using Java 6 and Hibernate v3.6 (annotation with JPA). I am trying to learn both JPA and Java 6 in very short time...


If you are a beginner to Java in general then you might start with the Java tutorial and the Hibernate user guide and the documentation is a good place to get start with Hibernate including JPA.
 
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I am just like you too. I google it a lot and in my opinion best way is reading hibernate's manual. It will give you a lot of beginning information. After that you can find `hibernate in action` book. It is quite well too. After you read that documents then you can ask your questions in here. Be good.
 
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