"jhalliday" wrote :
| Then there is the question of what the behaviour should be when the client is using
RMI/IIOP rather than JRMP for transactional calls to the server. Should it need the
JBossTS libraries, or should it continue to use UT? What if it wants to switch to
JBossTS? Using either the JTA API or the CORBA API for transaction demarcation.
We shouldn't need any current JBossTS code at the client side if the client code
indirects through JTS. The client should simply interact with the Current pseudo-object,
which we know can be wrapped by a UserTransaction. The current UserTransactions in JBossTS
would pull in too much of the JBossTS code. What we had in HP (written by Malik) was a
small UT implementation that called directly to Current (or maybe it was
TransactionFactory, I can't remember, but in which case it would also be doing
thread-to-transaction association). I'll dig around and see if I can still find that
code, because it's definitely not in the JBossTS sources at the moment.
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