When it comes to Transaction Management, there are few frameworks (if any) better than Spring.
Your choices are:
* Spring (with iBATIS EXTERNAL TX type).
* Your App Server, with a container managed data source and connection (with iBATIS EXTERNAL TX type).
* iBATIS JTA TX type. Very few people use this though, and we've actually left it out of iBATIS 3 for sake of the better alternatives above.
Is there any example or pointer for an app using multiple data sources, in
transaction management is done using ibatis JTA Tx Manager itself
(No spring involved) . The Tx spans ops across multiple databases.
I did search around the forum, but they were not very clear of the
Also is using Spring with ibatis a recommended approach ? is it safer/better
to use JTA with
spring involved in Tx mgmt?
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