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From amitpa <ami...@nrifintech.com>
Subject Re: Pre Hook before actual Ignite commit
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2016 16:34:17 GMT
Something like a Spring TransactionSynchornizationmanager. But using that
will not work, because it workds for the current node, and Ignite can choose
to do the final commit in other JVMs.

My problem is that I have 4 caches with Write Through. They use Spring
Transactions to do JDBC updates/inserts. However if the transaction gets
committed from other node, each write to JDBC creates a new Transaction as
no transaction exists when it gets called. Is there any way to initiate a
transaction before  Ignite calls the write behind stores so that all
existing calls have a transaction and do not create their own.

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