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I am new to Spring and trying to use Transaction Management in my application. I have seen some examples over internet where transactions have been defined using AOP and DataSourceTransactionManager is used for transaction management. The methods have been defined in the advice on which transactions can be applied. So, my query is do I need to do something on my own in my Java code for transaction management or this class will take care of this?