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I have no understand about the difference between the container managed transactions and bean manage transactions. Can someone clear this for me?
 
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It's a big topic, but basically a container managed transaction means that the container is going to do all the work for you (starting transactions, committing/rollbacking transactions...). If you don't want the container to do everything for you, if you want to control when to start/end transactions, you can use a bean managed transaction. I think you should refer to a book, or to the core specification to know more about each. Trying some examples given in a book will also help you to understand how different they are.
 
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I got it. Thanks Christophe.
 
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