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setting rollbacks for BMT and CMT?

 
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EJBContext.setRollbackOnly() for CMT is similar to UserTrasaction.setRollbackOnly for BMT.

is it correct?
 
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Originally posted by yamini nadella:
EJBContext.setRollbackOnly() for CMT is similar to UserTrasaction.setRollbackOnly for BMT.

is it correct?



It's exactly the same. The specs had to grant the bean provider the possibility to mark a transaction for rollback, even if the bean provider opted for BMT.

To check whether a transaction has been marked for rollback, however, things are different:

With CMT, users will use EJBContext.getRollbackOnly()

With BMT, users will use UserTransaction.getStatus()
 
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