What is Atomikos transaction manager?
Atomikos is a lightweight transaction manager for Java that enables applications using distributed transactions to be self-contained. Essentially, our application doesn’t need to rely on a heavyweight component like an application server for transactions.
How does JTA transaction work?
The JTA specifies standard Java interfaces between a transaction manager and the parties involved in a distributed transaction system: the application, the application server, and the resource manager that controls access to the shared resources affected by the transactions.
What is XA transaction?
XA is a two-phase commit protocol that is natively supported by many databases and transaction monitors. It ensures data integrity by coordinating single transactions accessing multiple relational databases.
What is Bitronix transaction manager?
Bitronix Transaction Manager is a standalone implementation of JTA. Spring is a framework that provides (among other features) unified interface for transaction management. In particular, Spring-managed transaction can use JTA implementation as a backend.
How does Spring Boot manage transactions?
Instead, you now need to do two things:
- Make sure that your Spring Configuration is annotated with the @EnableTransactionManagement annotation (In Spring Boot this will be done automatically for you).
- Make sure you specify a transaction manager in your Spring Configuration (this you need to do anyway).
Does Kafka support XA transactions?
Kafka has no support for XA transactions. Kafka delegates the burden of exactly-once to the message consumer.
What is JTA and JPA?
JPA (Java Persistence API) is the Java ORM standard/specification for storing, accessing, and managing Java objects in a relational database. Hibernate is an implementation of the Java Persistence API (JPA) specification. JTA (Java Transaction API) is the Java standard/specification for distributed transactions.
What is JTA in WebLogic?
The WebLogic JTA transaction manager object supports this interface, which allows XA resources to register and unregister themselves with the transaction manager on startup. It also allows a transaction to be resumed after suspension.
What is XA and non-XA transactions?
An XA transaction involves a coordinating transaction manager, with one or more resources (databases\JMS) all involved in a single global transaction. Non-XA transactions have no transaction coordinator, and a single resource is doing all its transaction work itself (also called local transactions).
Does Kafka support XA?
Any attempt to involve any third-party data sources in the business process is stuck because the Kafka fundamentally does not support XA transactions.
What is JPA and JTA in Java?
Which spring Transactionmanager do you use when creating XA transactions?
Spring Boot supports distributed JTA transactions across multiple XA resources by using either an Atomikos or Bitronix embedded transaction manager. JTA transactions are also supported when deploying to a suitable Java EE Application Server.