With Spring framework, wrapping a call in a transaction is easy. Adding annotation @Transactional can do the work. But sometimes, @Transactional does not work for mysterious reasons. It seems like the annotation is ignored. What causes that malfunction? After playing with the problem for a while, I found out the root cause and a solution. I think it is worthwhile to share this with others who might not have encountered this situation before.
Steven VanRoekel, the former Microsoft executive who has led IT for the federal government as the U.S. Chief Information Officer for the past three years, will be leaving the post to help coordinate… Read More
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