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From Kaspar Fischer <...@rapsak.com>
Subject Re: Spring transactions for Jackrabbit and MySQL in Tomcat
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 17:25:19 GMT
That is indeed almost a bit scary: I have used and intend to use  
Wicket on my project, too!

Thanks a lot for your post, I will gladly take a look at it and report  
my story here.

Best,
Kaspar

On 25.03.2009, at 18:16, Sergey Podatelev wrote:

> You know, it's somewhat hard for me to believe it, but just a few  
> days ago I
> somewhat succeeded on the similar task, and it cost me some time and  
> nerves,
> as I am too a bit new to such things. I've posted the result of my  
> epopee
> here:
> http://th1rty7.blogspot.com/2009/03/spring-distributed-transactions-across.html
>
> And I too would like to hear some comments on which tx manager to  
> choose.
>
> On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Kaspar Fischer <hbf@rapsak.com>  
> wrote:
>
>> Dear list,
>>
>> I am a Jackrabbit newbie and am trying to get Jackrabbit running in  
>> the
>> following context:
>>
>> - Tomcat 5.5 or 6
>> - Spring 2.5.6
>> - MySQL or db4o (not clear yet)
>> - Jackrabbit
>>
>> In particular, I want to get transactions running, encompassing  
>> Jackrabbit
>> and MySQL/db4o.
>>
>> I have search via Google to see whether I need an external  
>> transaction
>> manager for this, as Tomcat does not provide Container Managed  
>> Transactions.
>> I have seen a few posts on Jencks and Atomikos, and the introduction
>> "Integrating Java Content Repository and Spring" at
>>
>> http://www.infoq.com/articles/spring-modules-jcr
>>
>> To be on the safe side I'd like to know whether for my particular  
>> context
>> this is still up-to-date: Do I need Jencks/Atomikos/some other  
>> transaction
>> manager in order to use Jackrabbit and one more database under  
>> Spring?
>>
>> If so, do you recommend Jencks or Atomikos?
>>
>> Many thanks for any pointers,
>> Kaspar

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