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JTA Question

James Ward
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Joined: Apr 27, 2003
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Hi !
I have a scenario where my updates to database (oracle) and JMS must both succeed or both fail. If there is a problem updating database, JMS update (putting a message in a queue) should be rolled back too and vice-versa.
I think this is a JTA kind of scenario. I am using Weblogic Application Server.
Any ideas what is involved in doing this.
Any specific driver needs/ app server requirements / jms requirements.
Pls see : my jta code will not reside in a EJB but in a java class that will be in a J2EE app server.
Thanks
 
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