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Article:
  Bean-Managed Transaction Suspension in J2EE
Subject:   Point?
Date:   2005-07-22 09:13:56
From:   hbarua
Response to: Point?

>> This article explains exactly that - how to do >>it when you need it.
Yes it makes sense from that perspective. Thanks for pointing it out.

>>I think it's important for developers to >>understand internal 'kitchen' of framework >>they're using and possible problems/limitations >>it imposes.
Absolutely agree with this.


>>J2EE spec is not a dogma, and looking up TM >>doesn't make your code less portable than say >>using container-specific deployment descriptors.


I didn't say it's a dogma - the nonportability can come about because certain appservers might have restrictions on the methods you can use on the exposed Transaction Manager. As long as it's not a standard one can never be safe in assuming it.


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  1. Point?
    2005-07-22 09:44:39  maximdim [View]

    • Point?
      2006-06-05 13:55:47  ejbRules [View]

      • Point?
        2006-10-12 01:59:06  toddiuszho [View]

      • I think you're missed the point...
        2006-06-06 12:47:00  MaximDim [View]

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