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Is there a proven solution for the combination of opensource JTA + Spring

 
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As Rod Johnson mentioned in his book "Expert One-on-One_ J2EE Development without EJB", the use of full blown Application Server is still recommended when we need JTA capabilities. However, I came across opensource JTA providers such as Atomikos, Bitronix etc, which I have been able to integrate with my Spring application which runs ActiveMQ(JMS) and JDBC calls atomically.

Can somebody suggest me what kind of testing is required to certify this combination? Are there any proven (opensource) solutions available for a quick reference?
(Note: I cannot use Tomee as we need to use the latest version of Tomcat always)
 
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Hi

What you are referring to, may not hold good today since those recomendations were made ages before and JTA may not be a good solution for all the problems out there , There are other matured
and more refined solutions like Spring security...etc

Thanks
Sundar
 
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