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  1. Atomikos vs Bitronix
  2. Atomikos vs JBoss Transaction Manager (Narayana)
  3. Benefits of JTA XA
  4. Blockchain vs Atomikos
  5. BuiltInTomcatIntegration
  6. Change Log
  7. Commit Ordering with JMS
  8. Configuring AllegroGraph for JTA/XA with Atomikos
  9. Configuring Hazelcast for JTA/XA with Atomikos
  10. Configuring Remoting
  11. Configuring the Logs
  12. Configuring TransactionsEssentials®
    1. Configuring ActiveMQ
    2. Configuring DB2
    3. Configuring Apache Derby for XA using Spring Framework
    4. Configuring FioranoMQ
    5. Configuring FirstSQL for XA
    6. Configuring Informix IDS for XA
    7. Configuring JBossMQ
    8. Using TransactionsEssentials with JDBC
    9. Using TransactionsEssentials with JMS
    10. Configuring MQSeries (aka Websphere MQ)
    11. Configuring MySQL for XA
    12. Configuring Oracle
      1. Configuring Oracle for XA
    13. Configuring Oracle Advanced Queueing
    14. Configuring PostgreSQL for XA
    15. Configuring Microsoft SQL Server for XA
    16. Configuring SonicMQ
    17. Configuring SwiftMQ
    18. Configuring Sybase ASE for XA
    19. Configuring TibcoMQ
    20. JTA Properties
    21. Using non-XA JDBC drivers
    22. Supported JDBC Vendors
    23. Supported JMS Vendors
  13. DocumentationTopic
  14. Downgrading
  15. Example Applications and Code Fragments
    1. Hibernate 3 Standalone sample
    2. JTA/XA Code Fragments
    3. Tomcat 5.5 Integration with Atomikos 3.2 or older
    4. Tomcat 5.5 self-contained WAR
  16. Frequently Asked Questions
  17. Getting Started
    1. Getting Started with TransactionsEssentials
    2. What is JTA
    3. What is XA
    4. When Not To Use JTA/XA
    5. When To Use JTA/XA
  18. How To Downgrade
  19. How To Handle Expired In-Doubt Transactions
  20. How to Handle Heuristic Exceptions
  21. How To Upgrade
  22. Integrating TransactionsEssentials®
    1. Camel Integration
    2. EclipseLink Integration
    3. Fabric3 Integration
    4. Hibernate Integration
    5. Jetty Integration
    6. Maven Integration Tests
    7. OSGi Integration
    8. Spring Integration
    9. Tomcat Integration
      1. Tomcat 5.5 Integration with Atomikos 3.3+
      2. Tomcat 6 Integration with Atomikos 3.2 or older
      3. Tomcat 6 Integration with Atomikos 3.3+
      4. Tomcat 6 Integration with Atomikos 3.5.2+
      5. Tomcat 6 Integration with Atomikos 3.5.2+ with lifecycle support
      6. Update: Tomcat 7.0.27 Integration with Atomikos 3.7.1
    10. Tomcat Spring ActiveMQ MySQL JMX Integration
    11. Two Phase Commit With Tomcat Spring JMS And JDBC
  23. JtaXaBestPractices
  24. JtaXaPitfalls
  25. LogCloud Documentation
  26. LogUtil
  27. Optimizing TransactionsEssentials®
    1. Optimizing Core Performance
    2. Optimizing JDBC Performance
    3. Optimizing JMS Performance
  28. OrphanDetection
  29. Poison Message
  30. ProgrammingWithTransactionsEssentials
  31. Property Value Lookup
  32. Background Reading
  33. Roadmap
  34. Saga Pattern vs Two Phase Commit vs TCC
  35. SiteMap
  36. Spring Boot Integration
  37. SupportTopic
  38. TransactionsEssentials Architecture
    1. Borrow Connection From Pool
    2. Check Connections In Pool
    3. JDBC Classes Overview
    4. JDBC Connection Pooling Classes
    5. JMS Connection Classes
    6. Preventing Deadlocks
    7. Session Handle State
    8. Thread Pooling Design
    9. Transaction Logging and Recovery
  39. Troubleshooting
    1. Debug Logging
    2. Using an external connection pool with TransactionsEssentials®
    3. Heuristic Exceptions
    4. JMX Instrumentation of Active Transactions
    5. Known Problems
    6. Understanding The Logs
  40. Uncategorized Topics
  41. Untagged Topics
  42. Why Use Atomikos

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