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Transaction Attributes for Timeout Callback BMT

 
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Hi,

I have been always under the impression, transaction attributes are applicable only to Container Managed Transactions. But, I see this in Enterprise Java Beans 3.pdf(by Frits, page 5-53), in the table

Timeout Callback BMT X REQUIRED REQUIRES_NEW X NOT_SUPPORTED X

Does this mean when a @Timeout method is under BMT and the corresponding @AroundTimeout method in CMT?


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Yeah, that doesn't make sense does it. I wonder how I came up with that

(removed it and published an new version)
 
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Thanks Frits, at least I did not ask something silly.
 
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@Frits, I guess you would have meant that Timeout callback MDB

I got this excerpt from EJB3.1 spec-

5.4.12Transaction Context of Message-Driven Bean Methods
A bean’s message listener and timeout callback methods are invoked in the scope of a transaction determined by the transaction attribute specified in the bean’s metadata annotations or deployment descriptor. If the bean is specified as using container-managed transaction demarcation, either the REQUIREDor the NOT_SUPPORTED transaction attribute must be used for the message listener methods, and either the REQUIRED, REQUIRES_NEW, or the NOT_SUPPORTED transaction attribute for timeout callback methods. See Chapter 13, “Support for Transactions”
 
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Yeah, I have a feeling I got the information from that part of the specification. Probably got confused after so many pages (or was it beers )
 
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