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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: Karaf JTA and JDBC DataSource
Date Mon, 16 Mar 2015 20:07:57 GMT
I was talking about aries jpa. Which also wraps connections internally.

You are right that pax-jdbc-pool-aries is also an option to work with. I 
am less familiar with it though. So would be great if you could add a 
bit of documentation for it on the pax-jdbc site. I think the key to 
make people use a good library is good documentation.

pax-jdbc-pool-dbcp2 should generally work as well as the aries one. It 
also does the auto tx enlistment. The only thing that Guillaume Nodet 
told me is that it has a bug when the server crashes where then 
transaction might get lost. I hve not experienced it myself but it might 
be a limitation.


Am 16.03.2015 um 19:56 schrieb Benjamin Graf:
> Hi,
> I think Christians information about Aries JDBC are a bot out dated.
> Aries JDBC ist not only about XADataSource wrapping anymore. It's
> purpose is about integration and pooling of XA and non-XA DataSources
> with Aries Transaction. It's build on top of Geronimo Connector and
> TranQL and therefore together with Aries/Geronimo TransactionManager is
> a full JEE JCA/JTA implementation. IMHO should go this way no matter you
> will use XA or non-XA resources. The Aries stack will do the magic
> needed to handle resources and 1PC or 2PC transaction management. I
> don't think dbcp will really play well with the platform transaction
> manager because of the absence of "background magic" (auto tx enlistment).
> My recommendation is using pax-jdbc-pool-aries. There are many
> interesting hidden features in Aries JDBC. It's worth to take a look
> into the code! :-)
> Best regards,
> Benjamin
> On 16.03.2015 17:36, ellirael wrote:
>> Thanks for your help. I'll try your solutions. Including pax-jdbc.
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