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Doubt in JTA & resource-local entity managers
Joined: Mar 13, 2006
Jul 16, 2007 23:07:00
A resource-local entity manager transaction is mapped to a resource transaction over the resource by the persistence provider.
can some one explain what the spec means by saying "mapped to a resource transaction over the resource by the persistence provider".
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Joined: Sep 18, 2004
Jul 17, 2007 02:37:00
A resource-local entity manager transaction [=>>> application managed EntityManager.]
is mapped to a
resource transaction [==>> Transaction started by EntityManager i.e EntityTransaction]
resource [=>>> the entities managed by the entity manager.]
by the persistence provider.
Persistence provider is responsible for taking care of Tx Mapping for the given application managed EntityManager.
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subject: Doubt in JTA & resource-local entity managers
Doubt on PersistenceContext
JTA transaction or resource-local transaction.
Transaction Scoped Persistence Contexts
Resource Local Transactions
Problem with understanding Transaction Management Demarcation
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