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@Transactional is not working

 
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I am new to Spring and learning the transaction concepts. Unable to get the @Transactional to work.   Need help on the next steps for solving the issue.

Use Case:  
Data insert of Employee and Employee details should rollback when getEmployee() throws RunTimeException. But the rollback is not happening.
I am using Oracle database 11g and spring 4.3.1.RELEASE.

Code
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EmployeeService.java
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IEmployee.java
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spring-bean.xml
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