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.


On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 3:42 AM, swaroop belur <swaroop.belur@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello all,

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?

please advise


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