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By robertp1984
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Submitted: Mar 17 2014 / 02:15

When building a web application, we will sooner or later need to somehow store data entered by users and retrieve it later. In most cases the best place to keep this data is a database because it additionally provides many useful features including transactions. Therefore, in this article I would like to show how to extend our previous Spring MVC application to use JPA and JTA to access database and manage transactions.
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