The Status interface defines the constants for transaction status codes.
This is the callback interface that has to be implemented by objects interested in receiving notification before and after a transaction commits or rolls back.
The Transaction interface allows operations to be performed on transactions.
The TransactionManager interface defines the methods that allow an application server to manage transactions on behalf of the applications.
This interface allows an application to explicitly manage transactions.
This exception is meant to be thrown by the rollback operation on a resource to report that a heuristic decision was made and that all relevant updates have been committed.
This exception is thrown to report that a heuristic decision was made and that some some parts of the transaction have been committed while other parts have been rolled back.
This exception is thrown by the commit operation to report that a heuristic decision was made and that all relevant updates have been rolled back.
This exception indicates an invalid transaction.
The NotSupportedException exception indicates that an operation is not supported.
The RollbackException exception indicates that either the transaction has been rolled back or an operation cannot complete because the transaction is marked for rollback only.
This exception is thrown to indicate that the transaction manager has encountered an unexpected error condition that prevents future transaction services from proceeding.
This exception indicates that a remote invocation request carried a null transaction context, but that an active transaction context was needed.
This exception indicates that the transaction context carried in the remote invocation has been rolled back, or was marked for roll back only.
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