Using coordinated transactions with DB2 Type 2 JDBC and WebSphere Message Broker

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Martin Boag and Brian Stewart

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: March 28, 2007

This article is for Java developers who need to implement XA coordinated transactions in a WebSphere Message Broker V6 Java Compute Node accessing a DB2 database. Using the techniques and JDBC Type 2 driver configuration described in this article, you can implement XA transactions using standard JDBC instead of SQL ODBC, thus enabling you to implement a common Java data access layer that you can deploy in Message Broker and other Java environments, such as WebSphere Application Server.

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