Configuring and using XA distributed transactions in WebSphere Studio

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Bobby Woolf

Date archived: July 7, 2017 | First published: June 01, 2004

This article describes distributed transactions and shows you how to configure a WebSphere Studio Application Developer test server with XA resources for DB2, Oracle, and JMS that can be used together in a distributed transaction. The article describes an example session bean that updates both databases and sends a JMS message, all in the same transaction. The Oracle database must also be configured to support XA transactions, so the article shows the Java exceptions that occur when it is not configured properly, and how to fix these problems.

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