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distibuted Transaction in Spring ?

kri shan
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How Spring AOP supports distributed Transactions like EJB container ?
Hong Anderson
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Spring Framework doesn't support transaction propagation across remote calls.
If you want that feature, use EJB.


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Eduardo Bueno
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Actually, Spring does allow transaction propagation when used against a WebLogic RMI. By the way, it's a questionable design choice to use transactions through remote invocations.
kri shan
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Spring claims every EJB3 features they are supporting. If Spring 2.x do not support distributed Transaction, then we do not use for transaction intensive applications .
Hong Anderson
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Eduardo Bueno wrote:Actually, Spring does allow transaction propagation when used against a WebLogic RMI. By the way, it's a questionable design choice to use transactions through remote invocations.

Could you please to give a reference? Is this feature limited to only WebLogic Application Server?
Hong Anderson
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kri shan wrote:Spring claims every EJB3 features they are supporting.

Never heard they claim that.
Nathan Pruett
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I found an article on JavaWorld from earlier this year about distributed transactions and Spring.


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Eduardo Bueno
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Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:
kri shan wrote:Spring claims every EJB3 features they are supporting.

Never heard they claim that.

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/2.5.x/reference/transaction.html
Hong Anderson
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Nathan Pruett wrote:I found an article on JavaWorld from earlier this year about distributed transactions and Spring.

Thanks for the article.
Hong Anderson
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Eduardo Bueno wrote:
Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:
kri shan wrote:Spring claims every EJB3 features they are supporting.

Never heard they claim that.

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/2.5.x/reference/transaction.html

You should read that page thoroughly, that very page explains what feature that Spring does not offer.
 
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