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Article:
  JBoss Optimizations 101
Subject:   difference between read-only and notsupported
Date:   2003-06-03 01:23:18
From:   anonymous2
Response to: difference between read-only and notsupported

First, the behaviour with notSupported and CMP2.0 is undefined per-spec (and strongly discouraged).


If you use read-only, the data loading process (from the DB) *will* take place in the DB transaction but will *not* be locked at the *application server* level (we are not speaking about the database level here).


Cheers,



sacha