The TransactionManager interface defines the methods that allow an
application server to manage transaction boundaries.
|Method from javax.transaction.TransactionManager Detail:|
public void begin() throws NotSupportedException, SystemException
Create a new transaction and associate it with the current thread.
public void commit() throws RollbackException, HeuristicMixedException, HeuristicRollbackException, SecurityException, IllegalStateException, SystemException
Complete the transaction associated with the current thread. When this
method completes, the thread is no longer associated with a transaction.
public int getStatus() throws SystemException
Obtain the status of the transaction associated with the current thread.
public Transaction getTransaction() throws SystemException
Get the transaction object that represents the transaction
context of the calling thread.
public void resume(Transaction tobj) throws InvalidTransactionException, IllegalStateException, SystemException
Resume the transaction context association of the calling thread
with the transaction represented by the supplied Transaction object.
When this method returns, the calling thread is associated with the
transaction context specified.
public void rollback() throws IllegalStateException, SecurityException, SystemException
Roll back the transaction associated with the current thread. When this
method completes, the thread is no longer associated with a
public void setRollbackOnly() throws IllegalStateException, SystemException
Modify the transaction associated with the current thread such that
the only possible outcome of the transaction is to roll back the
public void setTransactionTimeout(int seconds) throws SystemException
Modify the timeout value that is associated with transactions started
by the current thread with the begin method.
If an application has not called this method, the transaction
service uses some default value for the transaction timeout.
public Transaction suspend() throws SystemException
Suspend the transaction currently associated with the calling
thread and return a Transaction object that represents the
transaction context being suspended. If the calling thread is
not associated with a transaction, the method returns a null
object reference. When this method returns, the calling thread
is not associated with a transaction.