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My understanding is that the situation in WebLogic 10.3.6 is entirely the same as in prior versions - it ships with the JPA 2.0 jars but they are not enabled by default so that it can meet Java EE 5 compatibility requirements. This is mentioned in the docs you may have seen here: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/web.1111/e13852/toc.htm#BGGBIJBI
and the docs from 10.3.5 here:
The link you referenced does not say WebLogic 10.3.4 is Java EE 6 compatible. The reference I believe you got this from is stating that the com.oracle.jpa2support_126.96.36.199_2-0.jar is included for future Java EE 6 compatibility, but is not enabled in 11.3.x so that it remains Java EE 5 compatible. It basically ships a preview of Java EE 6 components that are not enabled - Only WebLogic 12c is fully Java 6 EE compatible by default, which includes JPA 2.0.