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Article: A History of Extended Transactions

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ACID transactions don't work for long-lived use cases. This article documents historic approaches taken in the CORBA and J2EE communities toward extended transactions, how SOA is a more natural fit, and why WS-TX & WS-CAF may finally hold the answer.

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    by sanjiv kumar /

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    Can we have a printer friendly link please ?

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    by Ahmed Mohombe /

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    Sanjiv,

    As it was stated in this article:
    www.infoq.com/news/InfoQ-Unlaunched

    the site is still in beta and aditional features (like those mentioned there, will follow soon).

    Ahmed.

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    by Alex Popescu /

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    Thanks Ahmed. Indeed we have a long list of features on which we are working (and small fixes too :-) ).

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  • Great article!

    by Faui Gerzigerk /

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    Thanks for this great article! It's very useful, it has the right length and depth and the collection of references is much appreciated. Keep up the good work!

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    by Chris Hopcroft /

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    Use Firefox to browse to the article and save the page to your desktop, open that saved HTML page and print that. Format is nicer regards printing, and it's easy enough to throw away (recycle) the 'guff' (like my comment!) from the top and bottom of the print out.

    Great article BTW!

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    by Chris Hopcroft /

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    That should work until the printer friendly links are in place.

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