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Presentation: Transaction Management Strategies in Mission Critical Applications

by Floyd Marinescu on Sep 11, 2007 |
A core part of Spring's middle tier support is the transaction management support. This session, presented by Spring co-founder & Chief Architect lead Juergen Hoeller, presents several interesting "mission critical" cases and shows you how to properly handle them using transactions driven by Spring 2. You'll learn the ins-and-out of the "dark art" that is transaction management within a high-volume mission-critical JEE application.

Watch Transaction Management Strategies in Mission Critical Applications (89 min)

The presentation begins with Juergen explaining some transaction management myths:
  • A serious, mission-critical enterprise application requires XA transactions.
    • Not true: Many enterprise application do not require XA transactions at all.
  • Proper transactional O/R Mapping integration requires XA / JTA.
    • Not true: O/R Mappers usually just operate on a database connection and add some additional cache housekeeping, which does not require XA.
  • For combining JDBC and JMS access, XA transactions are a necessity.
    • Not true: Many enterprise applications use JMS with local transactions or even with plain acks.
  • And the biggest myth of it all: Proper transaction management requires EJB.
    • While in reality, EJB just offers a baked-in style for transaction demarcation. The hard work is done by the underlying transaction manager...Or, even broader: Proper transaction management requires a full J2EE server.
    • What about distributed transaction propagation?
    • not actually a responsibility of the core transaction manager...rather context passing in the remoting protocol EJB containers (and J2EE servers) build this on top of RMI, simply piggybacking the XID there
The presentation goes on to review best practices for doing native and JTA transactions with Spring.  See also a related book on InfoQ.com: Java Transaction Design Strategies, by Mark Richards.

 

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Hi,

Can we get the flash file as a download? My corp. firewall does not permit the stream.

Thanx,
Stefan

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Yeah, ability to download separate Flash file would be really appreciated. You can of course presents us with form where we will confirm that we wont redistribute the data etc etc.

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Unfortunately we don't support this. Plus the video and slides are separate flash files. In future we will switch to a progressive download approach like youtube so you should be able to see videos from work.

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Nice presentation. Juergen is one of my favorite speakers! But...where can we find a printable version of his slides?

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When i click the play button, video does not start!

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The problem is with our internet connection, nothing wrong with the site.

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