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hi,
i can't understand the session synchronization concept.
i know sessionbean can catche the database data if the transactions are rolled back.actually my question is how the data can modify if the transaction is rolled back.why can sesionbean catche the data?
pls clarify my doubt
 
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how the data can modify if the transaction is rolled back.



If the data in SFSB is updated and transaction gets rolled back, the data IN SFSB is not automatically restored to the previous state, so SessionSynchronization gives the developer an opportunity to move the state to previous consistent state. Hope this helps.
 
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