Label: batch

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Related Labels: jsr352, jta, documentation, transaction, jberet, batching, infinispan

Page: Batch (JSR-352) Subsystem Configuration (Latest WildFly Documentation )
Overview The batch subsystem is used to configure an environment for running batch applications. WildFly http://wildfly.org uses JBeret https://github.com/jberet/jsr352 for it's batch implementation. Specific information about JBeret can be found in the user guide http://jberet.gitbooks.io ...
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Page: Batch (JSR-352) Subsystem Configuration (WildFly 10)
Overview The batch subsystem is used to configure an environment for running batch applications. WildFly http://wildfly.org uses JBeret https://github.com/jberet/jsr352 for it's batch implementation. Specific information about JBeret can be found in the user guide http://jberet.gitbooks.io ...
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Page: Batching (Infinispan 6.0)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
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Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.0)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
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Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.1)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
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Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.2)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: infinispan, jta, transaction, batching, documentation
Page: Batching (Infinispan 5.3)
Introduction Generally speaking, one should use batching API whenever the only participant in the transaction is an Infinispan cluster. On the other hand, JTA transactions (involving TransactionManager) should be used whenever the transactions involves multiple systems. E.g. considering ...
Other labels: infinispan, jta, transaction, batching, documentation