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I have multiple containers and multiple instances of Transaction Managers.Each of the containers has a local JTS. If the client is using the transaction manager from one instance of the Transaction Engine in one container to manage the transactions in another container.Is there a way to assign a particular transaction engine for a transaction? In order to not let the transactions to become slow is there a way to make sure that transaction engine is always the local one (in the same container)?

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