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Pro JPA 2: Second Edition (Expert's Voice in Java) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 26. September 2013


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Mike Keith wasthe co-specification lead for JPA 1.0 and a member of the JPA 2.0 and JPA 2.1expert groups. He sits on a number of other Java Community Process expertgroups and the Enterprise Expert Group (EEG) in the OSGi Alliance. He holds aMasters degree in Computer Science from Carleton University, and has over 20years experience in persistence and distributed systems research and practice.He has written papers and articles on JPA and spoken at numerous conferencesaround the world. He is employed as an architect at Oracle in Ottawa, Canada,and is married with four kids and two dogs.


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HASH(0x9ed7d240) von 5 Sternen The Only Book Developers Knowledgeable in Java and Relational Database Will Need On JPA 21. September 2014
Von Stephen A. Brandli - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am an experienced, high-level developer who has programmed in Java but has not been extremely immersed in Java technology. I know some about Java EE but haven't actually used it. But I am an expert in relational databases.

Pro JPA 2 was exactly what I was looking for. It is perfect for my knowledge set. It is very well organized in a fashion that allows a straight read through. It goes into enough depth that I now feel comfortable using it, even in advanced situations. It is well-written, allowing me to read very quickly and not miss anything. And, it's organization makes for a good "concept reference." For example, I can't say that, after one read, I retained enough information to understand how one might create an object-relational, uni-directional, one-to-many mapping using a join table that has additional columns in it. But I know where to reread in the book to get that understanding. After that reread, I could almost get away without referring to the JavaDocs, but most certainly know where to look in the JavaDocs to fill in any details I need.

The book covers 2.1 and calls out differences from 1.0 to 2.0 to 2.1. It covers Java SE and Java EE usage (e.g. container-managed transactions), but does not cover any particular provider (e.g. OpenJPA). It covers object annotations, the XML equivalent, and deployment concepts that are common among implementations. And, within those topics, the coverage of the book appears comprehensive. Also, it has plenty of coding samples to supplement the text.

Good book. I would by no other on the subject.
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HASH(0x9ea53e64) von 5 Sternen Enjoyable, Multidimensional Technical Read 29. September 2014
Von Nilendu Misra - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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On the broadest level, JPA is a standard defined through an aggregate of interfaces. Writing an interesting, nuanced book on such standard is not an easy task. Most of such books typically veer towards just documenting the library APIs, adding no more value than the online reference documentation. Some other books lightly cover the typical "use case" one encounters at work, often by walking through a so-called "Sample App" prototype model to unveil only basic constructs one would normally use of the standard.

This book is a rare type that highlights on two critically important areas that experienced engineers would love to understand.

First, it offers design guidance, both on the "why" of API (JPA) decisions itself (e.g., the impact of untyped Collection interface caused JPA to be a bit leaky), and on the application design decisions (e.g., where would you keep named queries - with entity classes or with the mapping files, and why). Second, it walks through the enterprise architecture by continuously zooming in/out from JPA to larger contexts (e.g., CDI and how it differs from DI; Java SE vs. EE transaction management nuances, whether to carry extended transaction or start new short-lived ones within 'data current' presentation views etc) even while firmly rooted within persistence layers.

This is one of those rare technology books one should read with a highlighter -- and a pencil --over a couple of weeks with deep concentration to come out sharper. That should be the fastest way to add a few more years of solid experience - by learning from who'd actually built things and why they did - to your career within a few weeks!
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HASH(0x9ea53d44) von 5 Sternen Good reference but heavy writing style 17. Januar 2015
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First I have to say that this book is very complete and is a good reference for JPA.

I would give it five stars if it was only about the quantity of information it contains. I removed two stars because it is written in a dense and heavy style that makes it a real pain to read.

This book is more than useful as a reference, but painful (despite being effective) as learning material.
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The writing style is overly formal and not enjoyable to read. I found it difficult to read large sections of this book in a single sitting.

There is also a heaver focus on Java EE than I would have preferred. The section on Enterprise Applications focuses exclusively on Java EE, whereas many enterprises today want to build scalable "enterprise" application using microservices built on Java SE.

On the plus side, it does cover a lot of subject matter, and the authors are obviously very knowledgeable on JPA.
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After reading Murach's "Java Servlets and JSP" book I felt I needed a better understanding of JPA, so I bought this book. Not having much experience is Java it took me some time to get acclimated to the ideas in the book. Coding up the listings really gave me a solid understanding of object/db relationships. Buy it if you are willing to put some time into it. It will be worth it.
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