Developing a distributed WS-AT transaction using an IBM BPM Advanced Integration Service, Part 2, Configuring the transaction support

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Carlo Randone and Marco Antonioni

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: September 18, 2013

Leveraging the capabilities of the Advanced Integration Services (AIS) in IBM Business Process Manager V8.0.1 Advanced, this series describes the implementation of a distributed WS-AT scenario involving two databases (Microsoft® SQL Server and IBM® DB2®) installed on two different machines and accessed via two web services. The implementation illustrates the automatic rollback capabilities offered by the SCA-based management in an AIS in collaboration with the WS-AT protocol. In Part 2, you'll configure the transactional support and implement the two transactional web services for the Credit and Charge operations in the example scenario, one in .NET® and the other in JEE.

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