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ServiceFactory, Struts2, Spring, JPA & Transactional?

André-John Mas
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Up until now I have been declaring all my service classes in the applicationContext.xml file and passing the service via the constructor. Doing things this way we could easily perform transactional operations, though it was decided that having a having single service factory that can be passed to the Action classes, would be a useful approach for a number of reasons, and then use that to get the services. I am now at the point where I have written the ServiceFactory, and retrieving services from it. The service factory includes the method:


The value is then delegated to the services. While all this 'works', I now find msyelf in a position where upon trying to a transaction, I get:


There is clearly something I have misunderstood and not doing, though I am not sure what that is. Could anyone help enlighten me?

Just for reference here is my ServiceFactory class:

 
 
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