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Distributed computing environments depend on transaction processing in order to maintain operational and data integrity. Server-side Java APIs provide extensive support for transactions.  

Distributed computing environments depend on transaction processing in order to maintain operational and data integrity. Server-side Java APIs provide extensive support for transactions.   <<Less

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I would like to use the JTA in a workflow scenerio. I have an Initiator EJB that calls various other...
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Please, can you give me an example, how to use transactions & table locking/unlocking in multiple in...
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Is the transaction support by application servers only for beans using DataSources ? In a session b...
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I have a stand alone application which take the inputs from the user. i have a perl program which wo...
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How do you maintain transactions between a web front end, Servlets, EJB's and the backend database. ...
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I am using Weblogic App Server(v6.1). I have 2 Stateless Session Beans,, myBeanA and myBeanB Both u...
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This question is not answered by "How does a client application create a transaction object?" I'm r...
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