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* <tt>javax.persistence.nonJtaDataSource</tt> - Standard JPA non-JTA <tt>DataSource</tt> name.
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.nonJtaDataSource</tt> - Standard JPA non-JTA <tt>DataSource</tt> name.
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.driver</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC driver class name for JSE deployments <br />
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.driver</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC driver class name for JSE deployments <br />
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* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.url</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC URL for JSE deployments<br />
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.url</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC URL for JSE deployments<br />
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* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.user</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 database user for JSE deployments<br />
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.user</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 database user for JSE deployments<br />
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* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.password</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 database password for JSE deployments<br />
 
* <tt>javax.persistence.jdbc.password</tt> - Standard JPA 2.0 database password for JSE deployments<br />
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For a complete list of persistence unit properties see, [http://www.eclipse.org/eclipselink/api/latest/org/eclipse/persistence/config/PersistenceUnitProperties.html PersistenceUnitProperties].
 
For a complete list of persistence unit properties see, [http://www.eclipse.org/eclipselink/api/latest/org/eclipse/persistence/config/PersistenceUnitProperties.html PersistenceUnitProperties].

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EclipseLink JPA

Configuring Persistence Units Using persistence.xml

A persistence unit configures various details that are required when you acquire an entity manager. You specify a persistence unit by name when you acquire an entity manager factory.

You configure persistence units in the JPA persistence descriptor file: persistence.xml. This file should be in the meta-inf/ directory of your persistence unit JAR file or in the classpath.

In this file, you can specify the vendor extensions that this reference describes by using a <properties> element.

<persistence-unit name="default" transaction-type="RESOURCE_LOCAL">
  <provider>org.eclipse.persistence.jpa.PersistenceProvider</provider>
 
  <!-- By default your mappings can be defined in orm.xml file, -->
  <!-- which is discovered automatically.                       -->                                     
  <mapping-file>META-INF/my-mappings.xml</mapping-file>
  ...
  <jar-file>my-additional-jar.jar</jar-file>
  ...
  <!-- Enables auto discovery of persistent classes, -->
  <!-- otherwise they must be listed using <class>  -->
  <exclude-unlisted-classes>false</exclude-unlisted-classes>
 
  <properties>
    ...
  </properties>
</persistence-unit>


How to Specify the Persistence Unit Name

If you are developing your application in a Java EE environment, ensure that the persistence unit name is unique within each module. For example, you can define only one persistence unit with the name EmployeeService in an emp_ejb.jar file. The following example shows how to define the name of the persistence unit:

<persistence-unit name="EmployeeService">
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For more information, see Section 8.2.1 "persistence.xml file" in the JPA Specification.


Additional Properties

Use these persistence.xml or persistence unit properties to further configure your JPA application.

  • javax.persistence.transactionType - Standard JPA PersistenceUnitTransactionType property: JTA or RESOURCE_LOCAL
  • javax.persistence.jtaDataSource - Standard JPA JTA DataSource name.
  • javax.persistence.nonJtaDataSource - Standard JPA non-JTA DataSource name.
  • javax.persistence.jdbc.driver - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC driver class name for JSE deployments
  • javax.persistence.jdbc.url - Standard JPA 2.0 JDBC URL for JSE deployments
  • javax.persistence.jdbc.user - Standard JPA 2.0 database user for JSE deployments
  • javax.persistence.jdbc.password - Standard JPA 2.0 database password for JSE deployments

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Note: In EclipseLink 1.1, these properties were eclipselink.jdbc.driver, eclipselink.jdbc.url, eclipselink.jdbc.user, eclipselink.jdbc.password.

For a complete list of persistence unit properties see, PersistenceUnitProperties.

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