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EJB Transactions

 
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I want to check if EJB transactions management is associated with JPA.
If yes, whether I will need to configure JPA to try out some examples related to transactions management.
 
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you dont need jpa to try out transaction related examples. you can check ivan krizan's notes. there are examples of transactions but they dont involve resource managers (database, jms). but they do give you idea about various transaction constructs available in CMT and BMT. you can try google or you can expand on ivan's example whereby you try updating a database, sending message to jms in various transaction scopes. and if you dont forget to post it here for others .
 
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