Learn how to get an XML document from your Java object model using JAXB 2. With annotations, you can also customize the document and use adapters to format data.
In this follow-up to an earlier article on the Java Persistence API, learn how to use JPA to map inheritance, one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships. And learn to use the query language (JPQL) to query concrete and abstract classes.
In this article you will learn how to persist objects using the Java Persistence API (JPA), customize their mapping with annotations, and create a one-to-one relationship. Using the entity lifecycle you will control persistency and use the query language (JPQL) to query your objects.
Learn how to migrate from JUnit 3.8 to JUnit 4. Discover version 4's new features, including extensive use of annotations, and find out the status on IDE integration.