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javax.persistence.metamodel.BasicType

javax.persistence.metamodel Interface BasicType<X> Superinterfaces: Type<X> Instances of the type BasicType represent basic types (including temporal and enumerated types). Since: JPA 2.0 Class<X> getJavaType() Return the represented Java type. Return the represented Java type. Returns: Java type
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JPA Metamodel API

of the Type interface: BasicType - represents system defined types. ManagedType is an ancestor
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JPA Metamodel API Types

Reference (JavaDoc) of the JPA Metamodel API types, including Type, BasicType, ManagedType, EntityType, IdentifiableType, MappedSuperclassType.
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JPA Metamodel API

Reference (JavaDoc) of the JPA Metamodel API, including all the type and attribute interfaces.
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javax.persistence.metamodel.Type

javax.persistence.metamodel Interface Type<X> Subinterfaces: BasicType, EmbeddableType, EntityType, IdentifiableType, ManagedType, MappedSuperclassType Instances of the type Type represent persistent object or attribute types. Since: JPA 2.0 Class<X> getJavaType() Return the represented Java type
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Unlimited JPA Persistable Types

I think it would be revolutionary if it were possible to persist any Java object, not just the standard SQL-based objects. Perhaps introducing an annotation will allow for this, something like @BasicType. The ability to store the state of an entire application would be a new innovative approach

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