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From "jp.belanger" <jp.belan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: XAResourceRecovery for ActiveMQ on JBoss
Date Fri, 18 Dec 2009 15:28:02 GMT

>From what I can see from my use, is the fact that the XARessource not being
Serializable, the Recovery engine of JBoss fails reacquire the context for
Transaction recovery.

I tried using a custom Transaction recovery based on the JBossMQ one.
(MessagingXAResourceWrapper and MessagingXAResourceRecovery)

But the RA doesn't return a XAConnectionFactory. So I kinda get stuck there.



Andreas Gies wrote:
> 
> Hi there, 
> 
> I am working on some JBoss integration as well. I don't understand the
> comment on 
> "making the RA XA compatible". At the end of the day it depends on hon how
> you do the 
> transaction management and define the connection factories. 
> 
> A non-tx-connection-factory defined in the jboss-ds does not support
> transactions, a 
> tx-connection without the xa-transaction element does only support local
> transactions, 
> a tx-connection with the xa-connection element support local and
> xa-transactions.
> 
> As far as I am reading the code correctly, the RA recognizes the
> transaction context correctly
> and encapsulates local AND xa transactions in
> org.apacheactivemq.TransactionContext.
> 
> I *think* you only need to use the XA capable connection factory if you
> want to register the 
> CF manually and not have the RA do the transaction management. So, either
> you are using the 
> RA with the correct definition in the ds-definition file OR you are using
> a XA capable CF.
> 
> Could you elaborate a bit on your use case in case I am missing something,
> perhaps there is 
> a test case to try ?
> 
> 

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