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Scotty Brady

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Will a transaction ALWAYS commit or rollback at the end of a transactional unit--that is after a non-ejb client completes a call to an EJB method? From what I've read in HF and the spec I assume "yes." But I'm still left with that unsettling feeling that a transaction context can live after the method that created it is done. Some of this concern is because the spec doesn't make a clear distinction between ejb and non-ejb clients.
So, for example, does the 'Required' transaction attribute apply for non-ejb clients...can a method invoked by a non-ejb client attach itself to an transaction context. If so, where does it come from? Does it come from previous client call?
[ December 18, 2003: Message edited by: Scotty Brady ]