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JTA and resource-local Entity Manager

 
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Hi Guys,

Can someone explain what is the difference between JTA and resource-local Entity Manager, Why CMT doesnt support resource-local

I expect a clear description than JPA spec 5.5

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Cham
[ November 11, 2008: Message edited by: Chaminda Amarasinghe ]
 
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"resource-local Entity Manager" are used outside to the Java EE container. As an example if we are dealing with a swing application, JTA is not a possibility. So resource-local transactions are used in this case. So implementation of EntitTransaction interface is required.
 
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Thanks Dilshan
 
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