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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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This question is not answered by "How does a client application create a transaction object?" I'm r...
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Hi, In VAJ 4.0 I'm using two EJBs; bean A is CMP and B is a stateless SessionBean. Bean A has to ins...
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what uses of transaction?
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Hi All, can anybody tell me about discussion forum for Tuxedo. it seems , only beasys provi...
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If you are interested go to http://www.rc4c.net or http://members.truepath.com/rusesh/rc4cfirst.htm ...
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If I enlist multiple resources, e.g. JDBC and the JMS provider as a resource to participate in a dis...
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I'm working on a 4 tier web application in which I need to display the transaction progress of an Ej...
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