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JPA, EJB 3.0

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i would like to know about JPA, EJB 3.0. When,where,How we use them. what are advantages, disadvantages  differences, similarities of using them.  I was not clear on this concept. thanks in advance
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JPA - Java Persistence API
Its latest and greatest incarnation was developed as part of new EJB 3.0 specifcation. So they very miuch work together. Google both of them and you'll find lots of great sources of info about them in very top links
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