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timers related doubt

Aditya Vasudeva
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Joined: May 27, 2008
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in the spec it says that a timeout callback method must execute within a transaction.
Isn't it possible that the timer expires when a transaction is not active?
What would happen then? Is it therefore, necessary to mention a REQUIRED or REQUIRES_NEW for a timeout callback method??
Vinay Nath
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Joined: Jul 06, 2008
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you are absolutely right, required and requires_new make sure when timeout method is called there is a new transaction created for the method when CMT is used.

I guess when using BMT you have to create a new transaction in the timeout method manually using userTransaction object but nothing abt it is mentioned in specs.


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Aditya Vasudeva
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thanks for the explanation, vinay
 
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