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OsgiIntegration The Atomikos OSGi bundle The Atomikos Transaction Manager can be used in 2 different ways: 1 If you start the Atomikos OSGi bundle, an implementation ...
KnownProblems Below are some known issues and solutions. ActiveMQ error: "Transaction 'XID:...' has not been started" This happens if you accidentally start multiple ...
BuiltInTomcatIntegration Commercial subscribers get access to the pre configured, built in and certified Tomcat integration (Tomcat6 or higher), with the following ...
TomcatIntegration IMPORTANT UPDATE: Atomikos ExtremeTransactions subscribers automatically benefit from Atomikos certified built in Tomcat integration. Built In ...
TccForRest This page documents the Atomikos TryCancelConfirm REST API. It is the world's first transaction protocol that guarantees interoperability across vendors ...
Tomcat55SelfContainedWar WARNING: The example code on this page is still valid, but for newer deployments we highly recommend using the newer JDBC classes (see ConfiguringJdbc ...
Example Applications and Code Fragments Atomikos JTA/XA examples You receive the javadoc and source code by e mail upon completion of Atomikos TransactionsEssentials ...
HowToDowngrade Assuming that you have been using ExtremeTransactions and want to downgrade to TransactionsEssentials: open your jta.properties file and look for the ...
Update: Tomcat 7.0.27 Integration with Atomikos 3.7.1 Installation is quite simple and it envolves the following steps: 1 Copy "atomikos integration extension 3 ...
TroubleShooting CommitOrderingWithJms when a message triggers database lookup but the records aren't committed yet HeuristicExceptions JmxInstrumentation ...
ConfiguringJms As for JDBC, TransactionsEssentials comes bundled with a XA compliant JMS connection pool. Vendor's XAConnectionFactory A JMS server that supports ...
Commit Ordering with JMS The Problem Sometimes the order of commits is important. This mostly happens if you have the following use case: 1. A receives a message ...
Welcome to the Atomikos Products wiki! Hi, This wiki documents the Atomikos products. Registered and authorized users can edit the content of these pages, so if you ...
nop Documentation Web Preferences Web Preferences Settings Set SITEMAPLIST on Set SITEMAPWHAT Set SITEMAPUSETO ...collaborate on #Set NOSEARCHALL ...
HibernateIntegration With Spring The advantage is that you don't need any JNDI server. The following XML snippet illustrates how to configure TransactionsEssentials ...
Integrating nop TransactionsEssentials SpringIntegration JettyIntegration TomcatIntegration HibernateIntegration Fabric3Integration ...
JtaProperties Parameters Supported Many TransactionsEssentials JTA settings can be tweaked. Fortunately most of them have sensible default values so most of the time ...
PropertyValueLookup Starting with release 4.0, initialization properties are now resolved in the following order (for inspiration from the community, see this forum ...
FrequentlyAskedQuestions How do I use Atomikos with Maven? Our latest releases are maven compatible and we have our own maven repository (the URL is included in the ...
RoadMap The main focus during the next releases will be on the following... All dates are tentative dates. We reserve the right to alter the set of included or excluded ...
SpringIntegration Configuring Atomikos as the Spring JTA Transaction Manager You basically have two big options: the basic case (with JTA property file lookup) or ...
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Tomcat 6 Integration with Atomikos 3.5.2 It is possible to fully integrate the Atomikos transaction manager into Tomcat. Doing it this way makes the transaction manager ...
ConfiguringMQSeries You can use Atomikos and IBM MQ for JMS/XA messaging. To do so, please follow the configuration instructions outlined below. NOTE: these instructions ...
Tomcat55Integration It is possible to fully integrate the Atomikos transaction manager into Tomcat. Doing it this way makes the transaction manager shared across all ...
Tomcat 5.5 Integration with Atomikos 3.3 It is possible to fully integrate the Atomikos transaction manager into Tomcat. Doing it this way makes the transaction manager ...
HeuristicExceptions Heuristic exceptions signal undesired and possibly inconsistent outcomes of the two phase commit protocol. Even with a transaction manager and ...
ConfiguringOracleForXA Oracle 10.2.0.3 and lower NOTE: this tip was written with Oracle DBMS version 10.2.0.2.0 How can you know if your Oracle server is correctly ...
Configuring nop TransactionsEssentials Atomikos JTA/XA Configuration JtaProperties ConfiguringJdbc ConfiguringJms SupportedJdbcVendors ...
ConfiguringOracleAQ Oracle's Advanced Queueing functionality also includes JMS/XA drivers that can be used with Atomikos. NOTE: this configuration procedure was last ...
Using an external connection pool with nop TransactionsEssentials It is not possible to use a non XA aware connection pool, the main reason has to do with exclusive ...
ConfiguringDB2 Check out Spring DB2 and Atomikos Note: for pre 3.3 releases there is an issue with DB2 related to a bug in the DB2 drivers: https://issues.apache.org ...
Using non XA JDBC drivers with TransactionsEssentials You can make non XA JDBC drivers participate in XA transactions anyway by configuring a NonXaDataSource. You ...
Optimizing nop TransactionsEssentials Performance OptimizingCorePerformance OptimizingJmsPerformance OptimizingJdbcPerformance
WhenNotToUseJtaXa The table below shows some cases where you can consider not using JTA/XA, and some trade offs. In all other cases, JTA/XA offers significant benefits ...
ConfiguringJdbc As explained in ExternalConnectionPool you cannot use a non XA connection pool so TransactionsEssentials comes bundled with a XA compliant JDBC connection ...
OptimizingJdbcPerformance JDBC performance comes for free with our pooling DataSource classes: AtomikosDataSourceBean for XA enabled JDBC, and AtomikosNonXADataSourceBean ...
OptimizingCorePerformance In order to achieve maximum performance, the following are essential guidelines: Make sure to use the fastest hard disks you can find ...
GettingStartedWithTransactionsEssentials A bit of background Atomikos has been designed in a modular way. There is a transactional kernel called 'icatch' that provides ...
UnderstandingTheLogs As of release 3.8, this page is somewhat deprecated see ConfiguringTheLogs for more up to date information. The Effect of the Log Level Parameter ...
JettyIntegration Jetty integration is explained in the Jetty docs available here: http://docs.codehaus.org/display/JETTY/Atomikos Also, TransactionsEssentials is used ...
TomcatSpringActiveMQMySQLJMXIntegration It is possible to fully integrate the Atomikos transaction manager into Tomcat. Also a JMS Provider is added to Tomcat by starting ...
TwoPhaseCommitWithTomcatSpringJMSAndJDBC The configuration of two phase commit (2PC) has to be planned carefully. The environment (defined by the installation instructions ...
MavenIntegrationTests When doing integration tests with Maven and JUnit, keep in mind that Maven will setup several tests in parallel. This can be problematic if you ...
ConfiguringInformix AtomikosDataSourceBean example AtomikosDataSourceBean ds new AtomikosDataSourceBean(); ds.setUniqueResourceName("informix"); ds.setXaDataSourceClassName ...
ConfiguringTheLogs Basic Rules As of release 3.8, Atomikos uses any existing logging frameworks found by these rules : any implementation of SLF4J that can be ...
DebugLogging With a carefully crafted logging policy, we can exactly trace what is happening without having to reproduce the problem locally. This helps a lot in troubleshooting ...
ConfiguringPostgreSQL AtomikosDataSourceBean example AtomikosDataSourceBean ds new AtomikosDataSourceBean(); ds.setUniqueResourceName("postgres"); ds.setXaDataSourceClassName ...



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