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Consider a mock exam option.

A transaction used by a BMT bean MUST have been started by the
bean. (T ? F)

my understanding goes like this....please correct me if necessary.

A BMT starts its own Tx by UserTransaction and it cannot allow another beans Tx to come in, let it be a BMT or CMT. So whatever a Tx a BMT uses is started by bean itself.
my ans T
So. ans F

Am I missing something???
Amol.
 
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Hi,

I think you're right and the answer from the mock author
is wrong , because the only transaction a BMT bean
will run in is one that the bean itself creates. BMT beans
are one way.

Cheers,

Gian
 
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Hi there,
I found this option in 2 mock exams ....JDiscuss and JPilot, both of them give it F>......I'm confused!!!
amol.
 
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