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In the early days of computing, there was no need for distributed transactions. As number of applications increased, synchronization of the data become an important issue. Companies paid a lot to maintain synchronized systems in terms of data flow. As a result, the 2 phase commit protocol referred to as XA(eXtended Architecture) arose. This protocol provides ACID-like properties for global transaction processing. Throughout this article, I will try to explain details of XA transactions and use of XA Transactions in Spring framework.

Posted by mitchp  |   Oct 22 2012 / 09:32

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