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Wanted to know what would be the default transaction attribute value set when to do not set the attribute for Container Managed Transaction in EJB ?

In Weblogic server, the following message is obtained The default transaction attribute of Supports will be used for the following methods:. Is this the case with other servers as well, for, i do not see anything mentioned specifically regarding this in J2EE spec's
 
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Wanted to know what would be the default transaction attribute value set when to do not set the attribute for Container Managed Transaction in EJB ?



The EJB spec does not specify a default transaction attribute currently.
 
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