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.  

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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How are JMS, JTS, JTA, RMI, EJB, and CORBA related?
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How can I manage long duration transactions?
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Are there any good books about transactions (especially w.r.t. to Java)?
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What newsgroups and mailing lists are available for discussing transactions?
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I have a few legacy applications written in Java, which resides on a Solaris machine, that needs to ...
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how can i make the database update automatically when the existing records are expired.
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I have a 3 tier architecture. Which tier should I start the transaction? I have one person recomme...
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I have three class example A,B and C. Both Class A and B invoking the Class C. In Class C i would li...
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What is caching in transactions and how can we maintain it?
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Hi Gurus, I recently encountered a question from somebody. While a java program is writing ...
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