Stripes with JPA!Stripersistence has the same function as Stripernate besides that it also supports JPA (Java Persistence Architecture). If Stripernate can do Stripersistence can do too, because it is extended from Stripernate. You may found Stripernate here Stripernate(http://www.mongus.com/Topics/Web%20Development/Stripernate/)
Thank you, Mr. Aaron Porter for his great job!
Stripersistence Feature1. Auto DiscoveryStripersistence automatically finds classes annotated with @Entity and adds them to JPA.
2. Parameter BindingWith Stripersistence, JPA entities are bound just like everything else in Stripes. If an ActionBean contains a JPA entity named user and a request has a parameter user=5 Stripersistence's JpaTypeConverter finds the user with a primary key of 5 and hydrates the object in the ActionBean.
3. JPA EntityManagerA EntityManager with an open transaction is available to every HTTP request via JpaProvider.getInstance().getEntityManager(). For security reasons, JpaProvider.getInstance().commit() must be explicitly called in order to save data.
You may found this information is quite the same as the information in http://www.mongus.com/Topics/Web%20Development/Stripernate/ In fact I've just created the mirror site for Mr. Porter :-)
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