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"Enterprise beans are transactional in nature"- what is it's meaning?
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Posted By:   sabu_vs
Posted On:   Tuesday, January 7, 2003 07:57 PM

Hi


"Enterprise beans are transactional in nature".

Could you pls tell me what does the above statement mean?

thanks

sabu

Re: "Enterprise beans are transactional in nature"- what is it's meaning?

Posted By:   Nick_Maiorano  
Posted On:   Wednesday, January 8, 2003 05:35 PM

Sabu,



This is a fundemental concept of EJBs. This means that whenever EJBs change fields and rows in database tables, all changes are either "committed" to the database or all changes are "rolledback". Commits and rollbacks are synchronized with the start and end of an EJB method execution. Also, when defining methods in EJBs, you can declare how you want your transactions to be managed.



This is only the tip of the iceberg but I hope this helps.

Re: "Enterprise beans are transactional in nature"- what is it's meaning?

Posted By:   Neo_Gigs  
Posted On:   Tuesday, January 7, 2003 10:58 PM

It could be these to me:



  1. Business running EJB are transactional required

  2. By default, the deployment descriptor for EJB are transaction enabled



Neo Gigs

Re: "Enterprise beans are transactional in nature"- what is it's meaning?

Posted By:   Neo_Gigs  
Posted On:   Tuesday, January 7, 2003 10:58 PM

It could be these to me:



  1. Business running EJB are transactional required

  2. By default, the deployment descriptor for EJB are transaction enabled



Neo Gigs

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