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setRollbackOnly() is ejbCreate()

 
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Can any explain me why method setRollbackOnly() of Context Object cannot be invoked on ejbCreate(),Eventhough ejbCreate() will always run in transaction context of which create().
 
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Hi Mohammed.

setRollbackOnly() can be called only by CMT beans. But for setRollbackOnly() to work, the method must be in a transaction.
The create and remove methods of session bean are not considered part of a client's transaction (unlike the way it works with entity beans).
I guess it help you.

Vagner
 
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Hi, all the container rollbacks run in unspecified transaction context...meaning no rule that applies to transaction can be applied..
 
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