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system exceptions + transaction rollback

 
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Hi,
In the spec p.376, it is said that in the case of bean methods running in the context of a transaction that the container started immediately before dispatching the business method, when a system exception arises,

if the client executes in a transaction, the client's transaction may or may not be marked for rollback


On which actions (only Container's one) does it depend on? May the bean provider play a role in this choice?
Thanks for your answers,
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Cyril.
 
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OK, it seems to be the role of the bean provider to write something like this:
remote client

local client
 
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Thanks guys, I was also looking for the same answer.

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