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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 created a database trigger to increment the value of primary key column of a test table. Database ...
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I was going through tutorial on ejb provided by java.sun.com. It is stated that "If the client is as...
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what uses of transaction?
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Hi All, What are the EJB methods for DB(AS/400 DB2) without commitment control? The only two solut...
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Scenario: App server: JRun 3.1 (JDBC 2.0 and higher, JTA 1.0.1) Web Server: Apache 1.3.12 ...
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Hello, everybody. I have a problem using transactions with iPlanet 6.5 than I cant resolve. I have...
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I have an EJB (lets call it bean A) that calls a method in a simple java class. This class in turns...
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