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Getting started with Guice Persist New in Guice 3.0
Guice Persist provides abstractions for working with datastores and persistence providers in your Guice applications. It works in a normal Java desktop or server application, inside a plain Servlet environment, or even a Java EE container.
Guice Persist supports a simple approach to transactions and various unit-of-work semantics; both with the same declarative, annotation-based API. Switching between unit-of-work strategies is as simple as changing a configuration option.
It also follows the Guice idioms of using simple, expressive configuration and tries to remain type-safe as far as possible.
We currently support the following persistence providers:
- JPA (Java Persistence API) - with any compliant vendor implementation.
And a simple mechanism to extend to other persistence providers.
To begin, you must obtain a copy of
guice-persist.jar from the Guice 3.0 download.