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Cascading mechanims in JPA

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I would like to know

Different Cascading mechanims like Persist, remove, detach, merge, refresh, all in JPA.

When do we use them. Advantages, disadvantages, comparisons of them. How they are related. practical implementations of them.
I was not clear on this concept.
 Thanks in advance
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