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JPA exceptions and JTA rollback

 
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Hi,
This topic is not exactly clear for me

I have few examples

I have a stateless bean:


(1,3,5)
NonUniqueResultException should NOT mark the transaction rollback. But the call throws an Exception.
Should the new user be saved?

(2,4)
EntityNotFoundException should mark the transaction rollback. But I catch the exception.
Should the new user be saved?

I tried them with jboss,
1: rolled back
2: didnt roll back
3: rolled back
4: rolled back
5: rolled back

But I think the output should be different

?

Thank you
 
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