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Subject Re: Reference to TransactionManager
Date Wed, 07 Dec 2005 17:10:35 GMT
I had the same question. As per David Jencks:


In your gbean info building code include something like this:

ExtendedTransactionManager.class, NameFactory.TRANSACTION_MANAGER);

Then you won't have to specify the <type> in the reference.

In the xml plan,

         <reference name="TransactionManager">

assuming you are not using the patch I posted a few days ago that 
includes new-style configIds.

"Ranjan, Rakesh \(Cognizant\)" <>
12/07/2005 05:11 AM
Please respond to user

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        Subject:        Reference to TransactionManager

I need a reference to the TransactionManager in one of java class. But I 
don't know the GBean name corresponding to the TransactionManager. Can 
anybody please help me how to get a reference to TransactionManager in 
Java code.
Rakesh Ranjan

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