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Difference between rollback() & setRollbackOnly()

 
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Hi Ranchers,
Is there any difference between the following methods in javax.transation.UserTransaction

and


Thanks in advance,
Malan
 
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setRollbackOnly() - can be called for CMT(container managed transaction)& BMT (Bean managed transaction) beans

rollback() - can be called only for BMT beans.


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In CMT javax.Transaction.UserTransaction interface methods do not play any role.In CMT EJBContext.setRollbackOnly() plays the same role.

Both the said methods setRollbackOnly and rollback() of UserTransaction is for BMT beans.

One is used to rollback straightaway.(rollback())
Another one is to mark the transaction as doomed.Even if it is doomed the transaction will continue to the end.But will be rolledback.(setRollBack()).
 
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