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Making specific method non transactional in Spring

 
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Hello Ranchers
I have a spring application which is based on Spring Batch. By default spring batch introduces transaction for its steps. There are certain stages where I don't really need transaction to be enabled. Because transaction is enabled unnecessary for these methods its giving me some runtime errors as I am making call to two different databases in one method.

Is there any annotation which spring provides to DISABLE transaction for a specific set of methods ?

I am even open to the solution which can disable transaction globally.
Any link , paper will greatly be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Samir


 
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In a nutshell I want to call some method which does not need to be transactional from a transactional method.

Is there any way I can do it ?

Thanks
Samir
 
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have a look at the propation types. In particual NOT_SUPPORTED

http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.2.x/javadoc-api/org/springframework/transaction/annotation/Propagation.html#NOT_SUPPORTED

 
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