Java Persistence

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A book relating to the Java programming language.

Contents[edit]

  1. Preface
  2. About Authors
  3. What is Java persistence?
    1. What is Java?
    2. What is a database?
    3. What is JPA?
    4. What is new in JPA 2.0?
    5. What is new in JPA 2.1?
    6. Other Persistence Specs
    7. Why use JPA or ORM?
  4. Persistence Products, Which to Use?
    1. EclipseLink (Eclipse)
    2. Hibernate (RedHat)
    3. Open JPA (Apache)
    4. DataNucleus
    5. Ebean (SourceForge)
    6. TopLink Essentials (Glassfish)
    7. TopLink (Oracle)
    8. Kodo (Oracle)
  5. Mapping, Round Pegs into Square Holes
    1. Tables
    2. Identity, Primary Keys and Sequencing
    3. Inheritance
    4. Embeddables (Aggregates, Composite or Component Objects)
    5. Locking and Concurrency
    6. Basic Attributes
    7. Relationships
      1. OneToOne
      2. ManyToOne
      3. OneToMany
      4. ManyToMany
      5. Embedded
    8. Advanced Mappings
      1. ElementCollection (Embeddable Collections, Basic Collections)
      2. Variable Relationships (Heterogeneous, Interface)
      3. Nested Collections, Maps and Matrices
    9. Advanced Topics
      1. Events
      2. Views
      3. Interfaces
      4. Stored Procedures
      5. Structured Object-Relational Data Types
      6. XML Data Types
      7. Filters
      8. History
      9. Logical Deletes
      10. Auditing
      11. Replication
      12. Partitioning
      13. Data Integration
      14. NoSQL (and EIS, legacy, XML, and non-relational data)
      15. Multi-Tenancy
      16. Dynamic Data
  6. Runtime, Doing the Hokey Pokey (EntityManager)
    1. Querying
      1. JPQL
      2. Criteria API
    2. Persisting (Inserting, Updating, Merging)
    3. Transactions
    4. Caching
    5. Packaging and Deploying
    6. EJB
    7. Auditing and Security (User Authentication, Proxy Connections, VPD)
    8. Servlets and JSPs
    9. WebServices
    10. Java EE
      1. Oracle Weblogic
      2. Oracle Glassfish
      3. IBM Websphere
      4. Redhat JBoss
    11. Spring
    12. OSGi
    13. Tomcat
    14. Clustering
  7. Databases
    1. Oracle
    2. PostgreSQL
    3. MySQL
    4. DB2
    5. SQL Server
    6. NoSQL, EIS, and Non-relational Data Sources
  8. Debugging
  9. Performance
  10. Tools
    1. Eclipse JPA (Dali)
  11. Testing

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