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Bean managed Stateful Transactions

 
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Please look at the code below. Essientiallu I have 1 stateful bean with an extended context. I want the transaction to start on the start() method. Then I want
the transaction to be committed on the end() method. However when I execute the end() method I get a TransactionRequiredException. How come this is happening?
Shouldn't the transaction be carried over from the start() method? Or does this only work with CMP ?

 
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I am pretty sure now it is because I started up 2 different context from 2 different clients. As such the transaction was not preserved between the two different clients.
 
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