Using LocalDate and LocalDateTime with JPA

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One of the core addition of Java 8 is the Date Time API. As most of you probably know, Java has been missing a consistent approach for Date and Time. This approach solves some of the common issues issues with java.util.Date and java.sql.Date messy classes. In this tutorial we will learn how to use LocalDate and LocalDateTime classes to map JPA Entity classes.

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JPA 2.1 tutorial

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In preparation for a timely release of Java EE 7 in April 2013, let's have a look at some interesting features of the JPA 2.1 specification.

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Hibernate and JBoss example application - part two

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JBoss and Hibernate tutorial - part two

Adding a web client to your project

There are several ways to test our Hibernate application. The simplest of all is adding a web application, which is packaged in an enterprise application along with the Hibernate application. Create a new dynamic web project named HibernateWeb.

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Java EE 6 example application on JBoss 6

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Today you can find many articles showing Java EE 6 examples and new features. However it's missing a complete tutorial showing how to design and deploy a sample Java EE 6 application on JBoss AS 6. While it's not intended to be the "the right" way to design Java EE 6 applications, this tutorial can be helpful to show how some cool Java EE 6 features can combine to produce a simple but effective application.

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Hibernate JBoss - An example application (part one)

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In this article, we will introduce Hibernate, which is the de facto standard object-relational mapping framework for Java applications. The Hibernate galaxy is quite large and needs a book of its own to be fully explored. Our mission will be to take over one sector of this galaxy, especially where Hibernate applications are managed by JBoss AS.  

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