If you meant JTA as in Java Transaction Architecture, Tomcat doesn't get involved in that. If a webapp is using something like an ORM, the ORM may require a copy of the jta jar to be included in the webapp itself. One of the major differences between Tomcat and the full-stack J2EE servers is, in fact, the lack of built-in persistence management functions.
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I understand tomcat doesnot support JTA, so I am looking for some 3rd party jar file that will hepl, I am not using any ORM, just spring and jdbc.