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From Dario Andrade <>
Subject Re: JPA in geronimo
Date Sun, 25 Feb 2007 04:47:00 GMT

Thanks David,
I guess I failed to explain I would try jpa on geronimo 2.0 M2. Anyway, 
I copied the toplink jpa standalone library (specifically 
toplink-essentials.jar) to my project and now it recognizes jpa 
annotations and classes.
Before I move on, I was just asking if there was something else I should 
be looking at, besides creating a dependency on 
geronimo/openjpa/2.0-M2/car module.

Thanks again,
Dario Andrade

David Jencks escreveu:
> For g 1.2 you can consult the daytrader jpa mode (daytrader 1.2 
> IIUC).  G 1.2 is not jaaee5 compliant so you have to use a bunch of 
> proprietary features.
> for g 2.0 you can consult the 
> ttestsuite/enterprise-testsuite/jpa-tests/ which has a very simple 
> example that I think is using only spec features.  I think pretty much 
> everything is working except persistence-context-ref and 
> persistence-unit-ref injection.  That might work in ejbs.
> Hope this helps
> david jencks
> On Feb 24, 2007, at 2:52 PM, Dario Andrade wrote:
>> How do I assemble a project in order to use geronimo's jpa support?
>> Does anyone recommend toplink jar lib or openjpa to be added to my 
>> class path?
>> Thanks
>> Dario Andrade

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