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JTA in Non-EJB

 
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Hi,
Can we use JTA in normal applications such as batch programs with no EJB to calculate and generate Invoice. What are the best practices to develop these applications in Non-EJB environment.
And J2EE compliant App server is accessible to deploy this application but without EJB.
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Anil
 
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U can use JTA in a non-EJB enterprise applications provided ur app server supports it.
U can opt for JTA if u want to have full command over the transactions.
 
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U can use JTA in a non-EJB enterprise applications provided ur app server supports it.
U can opt for JTA if u want to have full command over the transactions.
 
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