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Distributed Transaction Manager with SQLJDBC 4.0

 
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I have following problem - bitronix doesn't support fully sqljdbc 4.0 and trying to recover something from already empty MSSQL (not sure why, but recovery is the first think that bitronix do). So i'm searching for new TM(maybe not atomikos, it's payed and there's no enough information about the free one). The idea is this new TM to support sqljdbc 4.0 driver and end to end relation between ActiveMQ and MSSQL (it will be used in JMS). For now I'm thinking to try MS DTC, but can't find how to use it and how actually work, how to configure it in the code and what should I use, because everything that I found on google is about to configure only in windows and not in the code (how it knows about activemq and mssql sides if only is configured in windows). Actually do I need some configuration on code? I'm open for any suggestions and ideas

I also asked same question in stackoverflow:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38163208/distributed-transaction-manager-with-sqljdbc-4-0
 
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