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Tontang Bei
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Joined: Oct 21, 2006
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What will happen if I call getRollbackOnly() or SetRollbackOnly() of EJBContext in methods not marked with Required, RequiresNew or Mandatory? will I get an exception?
Deepak Bala
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Why would you get an exception ? You would have a transaction and CMT and you can setrollbackonly from the context. Its legal. If you use the userTransaction however, thats another question.


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Malan Subramanian
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Joined: Jul 09, 2005
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Hmm... Assuming that am calling setRollbackOnly() in a CMT bean whose business method has a transaction attribute, NotSupported or Never, then an exception should definitely be thrown coz there is no active transaction available for rollback.
 
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