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Doubt in BMT

 
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UserTransaction ut = validContext.getUserTransaction();
ut.begin();
......
ut.setRollbackOnly();
.......
ut.commit();


Is it correct to invoke the setRollBackOnly method in a BMT. What will happen when this method is invoked?
 
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This works. UserTransaction can invoke setRollbackOnly method. But this method should be of UserTransaction rather than EJBContext.

I tried this, javax.persistence.TransactionRequiredException: EntityManager must be access within a transaction & on the client it said
BMT stateful bean 'Process' did not complete user transaction properly status=STATUS_MARKED_ROLLBACK.

But why did it give such error on the server. Should'nt it have given a better exception like, EJBTransactionRolledbackException .Exception etc
 
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ejbContext.setRollbackOnly();

In CMT, this method causes TransactionRequiredException. But it should be transactionRolledBackexception. This error is generated when server tries to commit.

Any Idea?
 
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