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Does the container call setRollbackOnly() method?

 
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Does the container call setRollbackOnly() method to mark for Rollback when the container receive an system Exception, and it is in a client initiated transaction?
 
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setRollbackOnly() is for the the bean provider to use. When a transaction needs to be rolled back, the Container will typically instruct the transaction manager to mark the transaction for rollback.
 
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