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  • Initialism of Java Persistence API.

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  • In the case of JPA entities or JSF attributes there is no extra step, all the glue is provided to validate data upon calling the JPA life-cycle methods and applying the JSF request life-cycle, with error messages surfaced to the user via those two APIs.

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  • We have an excellent software package nowadays called JPA - no need for leave passes anymore you know!!

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  • Established in 1966, the JPA is the national governing body of sports for persons with physical disabilities and visual impairment, and also oversees local participation in the Paralympics.

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  • Build Java EE applications with IBM Rational Application Developer and WebSphere Application Server about creating an end-to-end Java EE application to build a JPA entity, a session bean that calls the JPA, a servlet that invokes the session bean, and a Web page that calls the servlet.

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  • Operating on patients with deep-seated tumors such as JPA, a benign tumor most frequently observed in children and young adults in the thalamus, remains a neurosurgical challenge.

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  • The generated code is based on well-known frameworks, such as JPA, Hibernate, Spring Framework, Spring Web Flow, JSF, Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), and Java EE.

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  • I finished up helping out at the JPA school which turned out pretty well.

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  • In Cambodia-land: Volunteering at JPA school skip to main | skip to sidebar

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  • JPA Your mother shouldn't face a CGT bill when selling the London home, provided she sells it within three years of moving out of it.

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  • September 30, 2009 was not only the date the JPA expired.

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