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From "Pablo Rios" <pr...@bea.com>
Subject RE: Jackrabbit/Hibernate/Spring Transactions using JTA
Date Wed, 31 Oct 2007 19:10:51 GMT
As far as I know you require the Jackrabbit JCA resource adapter. Take a
look at http://swik.net/Spring/Spring's+corner/Jencks+in+action/bbjo; I
think it should help you.

Pablo

-----Original Message-----
From: bilobag [mailto:bilobag@hotmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 1:29 PM
To: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
Subject: Re: Jackrabbit/Hibernate/Spring Transactions using JTA


Yes, I have looked at the springmodules transaction support, but it
looks like it only supports transactions for Jackrabbit.  What i need is
to be able to join the jackrabbit and hibernate transactions into 1
large transaction.  Any ideas?



HarveyWaters wrote:
> 
> Have you had a look at the spring modules JCR transaction stuff, it 
> might help you out.
> 
> https://springmodules.dev.java.net/
> 
> We've set it up and it seems to work fine, although your scenario 
> sounds more complicated.
> 
> 
> On 10/31/07, bilobag <bilobag@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Ok, so i've been trying to figure out how I can set up transactions 
>> so that they will wrap around jackrabbit calls and hibernate calls 
>> and rollback both if an exception occurs. I currently have Jackrabbit

>> and hibernate both using an Oracle 10 db with Jackrabbit saving 
>> binary files to the filesystem.
>> I
>> have read multiple posts and articles and am having a hard time 
>> figuring out what I need to do.  We are currently using Jackrabbit, 
>> hibernate and spring on the tomcat 6 server.  Now, it seems like i 
>> need to use a JTA implementation like JOTM, Jencks or BTM(bitronix).

>> I'm still not sure which is recommended after reading articles by 
>> Matt Raible.  Now, if I use JTA, does that mean that I need to use 
>> the JCA Jackrabbit package?  If so, is this package up to date with 
>> all the same functionality as the current jackrabbit 1.3.3 version?  
>> The JCA package looks like it includes all of the regular jackrabbit 
>> jarfiles in it, but i'm not sure if they are the same.
>> I'm a finding transaction management very complicated and difficult 
>> so far, so any advice on this subject is appreciated.  It seems like 
>> nobody has definitive answers or recommendations.  I assume I need to

>> use the JtaTransactionManager, but i do not know what JTA 
>> implementation to use and how to configure it with Jackrabbit in 
>> Spring.  It looks like BTM has a fairly simple configuration, but it 
>> requires a connectionPool to be configured which Jackrabbit doesn't 
>> have.  It would be ideal if there were a transaction manager that 
>> could join the JCR LocalTransactionManager and the 
>> HibernateTransactionManager.  Any info you can give is much
appreciated.
>> Thanks.
>>
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