20/11/2011 12 Comments
Spring is a widely used framework today, bringing many powerfull features and extensions to the Java core stack. However most of people tend to use these features without understanding their underlying mechanism.
Since there is no “magic” in real life, we are going to dig into some Spring features related to Transaction and Database in this serie of articles.
This first article is dealing with the famous @Transactional annotation, saving the developers the burden of managing low level transaction code.
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