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Michael Dick commented on OPENJPA-61: ------------------------------------- The patch looks good on our end, running with the Transacton Synchronization Registry in WebSphere. If other vendors would like to test it out as well that's fine with me, but you have my +1 to integrate.. > Missing usage of TransactionSynchronizationRegistry > --------------------------------------------------- > > Key: OPENJPA-61 > URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OPENJPA-61 > Project: OpenJPA > Issue Type: Bug > Components: jdbc > Reporter: Kevin Sutter > Assigned To: Kevin Sutter > Fix For: 1.1.0 > > Attachments: OPENJPA-61.patch > > > A discussion on the dev mailing list indicates that OpenJPA currently does > not utilize the TransactionSynchronizationRegistry. Although OpenJPA does > provide other means of finding and accessing the various TransactionManagers, > we should update OpenJPA to use the standard interfaces. Following are the > two notes on this subject... > ======================================================================================== > > o David Jencks <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> to open-jpa-dev More options > Sep 27 (19 hours ago) > I'm trying to get openjpa running in geronimo and wonder how openjpa > locates the TransactionSynchronizationRegistry. Grep'ing for > TransactionSynchronizationRegistry I don't see it used anywhere in > the code base. What am I missing? > thanks > david jencks > ======================================================================================== > o Marc Prud'hommeaux to open-jpa-dev More options Sep 27 (19 > hours ago) > David- > We don't use TransactionSynchronizationRegistry (not yet, at least). > Instead, we manually locate the TransactionManager via appserver- > specific heuristics defined in openjpa-kernel/src/main/java/org/ > apache/openjpa/ee/AutomaticManagedRuntime.java > If the Geronimo TransactionManager is accessible from JNDI or some > method invocation, you can just add it into AutomaticManagedRuntime > as a default (you can test it out by specifying the > "openjpa.ManagedRuntime" property to "jndi > (TransactionManagerName=java:/GeronimoJNDINameForTransactionManager)". > We may add support for integration via > TransactionSynchronizationRegistry in the future, but the fact that > it doesn't provide support for accessing the current Transaction > would mean that we would need to rework some OpenJPA internals. > ======================================================================================== -- This message is automatically generated by JIRA. - You can reply to this email to add a comment to the issue online.