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Temporal Types and transient state

 
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Hello Authors,

Chapter 4 talks about Temporal Types and transient state. Can you please explain more ?

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I guess Temporal Types are about the Temporal annotation used for persistent fields of type java.util.Date and java.util.Calendar.

I also guess that the Transient State is about the Transient annotation used for non persistent fields.

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Right, the chapter explains how the java.util types listed above, as well as the java.sql types (Date, Time and Timestamp) can be mapped.

The transient section discusses the difference between "transient" and @Transient.
 
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