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Starting a different transaction in the method through Spring

 
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Hi,

I have this scenario where i need to audit certain operations and insert rows in some audit table.
So i have taken this approach, whenever the method A in class A is called which does that operation, i call my auditService's method B to insert the record in the audit table. Now, i have marked the propagation on method B as REQUIRES_NEW so that always a new transaction is created whenever the audit record is created.

I am able to successfully make it work but i was thinking is it possible to start the second transaction in a second thread so that the initial thread is not delayed in any way.
I could use the java.util.Timer API for it, but somehow something doesn't look right.

Any thoughts/suggestions please.

Thank you

Rahul
 
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