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sam bartl
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what's the default transaction manager in tomcat 6 ? My application is spring, hibernate, do I have to use any specific transaction manager like Atomikos, JOTM, Bitronix, SimpleJTA, JBossTS or GeronimoTM/Jencks or tomcat comes with its own ?Please advice
Tim Holloway
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The default transaction manager is none at all. Tomcat isn't in the transactions business, nor does it provide persistency services like the full-stack J2EE/JEE servers do.


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