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Rashmi Tambe
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Hi All,
JTS defines interfaces used by transaction managers and resource managers behind the scenes. It defines various objs passed between these managers . So should each j2ee vendor implement / support JTS? Or it can have its own proprietary protocol similar to JTS?
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vikasids sharma
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rashmi
i m not sure about my answer,i think every j2ee vendor do supports JTS
but ofcourse implementations are in its own proprietary way.
Originally posted by Rashmi Tambe:
Hi All,
JTS defines interfaces used by transaction managers and resource managers behind the scenes. It defines various objs passed between these managers . So should each j2ee vendor implement / support JTS? Or it can have its own proprietary protocol similar to JTS?
:roll:
 
Rashmi Tambe
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Thanks vikasids
Anybody else to give me exact answer?
 
Lasse Koskela
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From the J2EE specification:
    This specification does not require the Product Provider to implement any particular
protocol for transaction interoperability across multiple J2EE products. J2EE
compatibility requires neither interoperability among identical J2EE products from
the same Product Provider, nor among heterogeneous J2EE products from multiple
Product Providers.
    We recommend that J2EE Product Providers use the IIOP transaction
propagation protocol defined by OMG and described in the OTS specification
(and implemented by the Java Transaction Service), for transaction
interoperability when using the EJB interoperability protocol based on RMI-IIOP.
We plan to require the IIOP transaction propagation protocol as the EJB server
transaction interoperability protocol in a future release of this specification.
 
Rashmi Tambe
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Thanks Lasse :-)
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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