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.
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