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Entity Bean that represents a file system entity (atomic.jar)

 
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sory if there are any posts on this topic, but I couldn't find.

I found an atomic.jar file that could manage file transactions and I was wondering if I could use an entity bean to represent a file system and, some how, tell the container to call the TransactionManager's commit or rollback (inside this atomic.jar).

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The file system is not a transactional resource. You could write a JCA adapter through which you could interact with the file system in such a way. Unless thats what your atomic.jar is, then you'd need to write such a thing yourself. Sounds like quite a lot of work though. It also sounds like something which might be an open source project - might be worth having a google for such a thing.
[ December 16, 2004: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
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