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From "Honoré David N." <...@oma.be>
Subject Re: transactions in slide
Date Tue, 22 Nov 2005 10:51:27 GMT

Slide transactions are based on JTA (which stand for java transaction 
api). Each slide store is an XAResource.

When you do a begin/commit/rollback (in the NamespaceToken) Slide 
transmit to JTA, and JTA call slide 's store back.

I think it use one-phase commit (but not sure).

You can add (enlist) any other XAResource instance to the transaction 
and then the methods commit/rollback will be called.

I hope this will help you a little.

Guillaume Bailleul wrote:

>Hi all,
>I'm looking for documentation on how work transactions in slide.
>I'm trying to make a working failover system on something like this: a
>slide server stores files on nfs partitions. If the slide server
>breaks, a second server do the job. I'm looking how to make it
>possible, what to do with started transactions, how to come back to
>the primary machine.
>To do this, I need to understand how transactions works internally
>with slide. So if you have some documentation, or some time ...
>Thanks for your help,
>Best Regards
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Honoré David N.
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