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By gmarques
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Published: Jan 31 2013 / 10:40

In this tutorial you will learn about the distinct transaction isolation levels provided by the Spring framework.
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MCII replied ago:

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Transaction in Spring? Just use Standard Java EE. You get everything out of the box. No proprietary 3rd party framework needed.

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gmarques replied ago:

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It's a very legitimate alternative to standard Java EE. Also keep in mind that going up with a fully fledged Enterprise container may not be an option sometimes.

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MCII replied ago:

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That's why there is a Standard lightweight container, a.k.a. Java EE 6 Web Profile. Spring? Yagni!

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