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  • Re: [eclipselink-users] NoClassDefFoundError: javax/transaction/Synchronization, (continued)
  • RE: [eclipselink-users] Issue with namedQuery/setParameter and string which contains "'" (single quote), Michael O'Brien
  • [eclipselink-users] Issue with namedQuery/setParameter and string which contains "'" (single quote), Jan Vissers
  • [eclipselink-users] What Web Frameworks Are People Using with EclipseLink?, Tim Hollosy
  • [eclipselink-users] Logging SQL results, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] Lazying-loaidng and Collection.size(), cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] EclipseLink Buddy Policy in OSGi, amphoras
  • [eclipselink-users] Exception on Mysql Connection, Edilson
  • [eclipselink-users] Oracle XMLType, JPA and EclipseLink, Magnus Heino
  • [eclipselink-users] Getting a database connection with EntityManagerImpl, Antonio Goncalves
  • [eclipselink-users] PersistenceException problem, vrmerlin
  • Re: [eclipselink-users] Wrong One-To-Many Mapping, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] JPA locking, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] Configuring transaction isolation level on a per-transaction basis?, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] Problem with Multipletables in eclispelink., Balakrishna
  • [eclipselink-users] merge() cascading by default?, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] Where is the javax.persistence API ?, Antonio Goncalves
  • [eclipselink-users] NVL in EclipseLink, Andreas König
  • [eclipselink-users] java.lang.IllegalArgumentException, dmitryerkin
  • [eclipselink-users] [ClassName] cannot be merged because it has changed or been deleted since it was last read, cowwoc
  • [eclipselink-users] the DirectToXMLTypeMapping abilities, dmitryerkin
  • [eclipselink-users] ManyToOne on non primary keys, Zdenek Machac
  • [eclipselink-users] Newbie mapping question, SerFingolfin
  • [eclipselink-users] The ScrollableCursor's issues, dmitryerkin

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