Java Transaction Processing: Design and Implementation
"The authors have addressed all transactions related issues faced by java developers in a single book."
This is the definitive guide to leveraging transactions using state-of-the-art J2EE technologies. The authors offer clear, comprehensive explanations of underlying transaction concepts, and deep insights into J2EE and Java from a transactional perspective. They also introduce emerging standards and implementations that will enable broad interoperability across heterogeneous environments-including new Web services standards for building far more reliable systems. Coverage includes:
No other book offers developers, architects, and integrators as sophisticated an understanding of J2EE transactions-or more practical guidance on exploiting them in mission-critical applications.
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A book on the "must read" list for engineers working in transaction management systems in Java. Continues to be useful even in Java EE 5 and 6 era, despite being written several years back.
TwoPhase Commit Optimizations
The Transaction Log
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