[cdi-dev] CDI have any plan to process Transaction?
dan.j.allen at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 18:12:18 EDT 2012
Am I correct in saying that the annotation will control JTA and work in
either of the two profiles (web and full)?
Btw, Java EE does not recognize a Servlet container as a compliant
environment and therefore this feature will not be available there (without
special support for it).
I agree with this stance since the web profile should be recognized as the
low end environment. Otherwise there is not enough core services to provide
a dependable and portable programming model. If you (general audience) want
to use a Servlet container, you aren't using Java EE and will have to
supplement with addons like CDI extensions or Spring.
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On Apr 27, 2012 4:54 AM, "Pete Muir" <pmuir at redhat.com> wrote:
> Java EE 7 will include @Transactional. This will be provided by the Java
> EE platform, rather than CDI specifically. It will be a CDI interceptor,
> and so enabled as other CDI interceptors are.
> On 24 Apr 2012, at 09:10, Hantsy Bai wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have read some content about the spec 1.1, but I want to know if there
> > is a plan to provide a new transaction annotation...for EBJ or none EJB
> > proramming.
> > For example, provide a @Transactional annotation like Seam2 or Spring
> > 3.1...and make it work in Servlet container(none JTA transation, jdbc
> > only) or full profile container such as JBoss, Glassfish(JTA transaction
> > by default) seamlessly.
> > Automatically detect the Transaction will be used, or configure in
> > beans.xml file.
> > Regards
> > Hantsy
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