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Posted July 11, 2006
This book is concise, very well written, and should be required reading for anyone dealing with transactions and Java. Using the information contained in this book we were quickly able to solve some serious issues in our current ejb-based application. Thankfully it is short (118 pages) and well organized. The best part of the book is the last three chapters which describe various transaction scenarios and patterns. We were quickly able to identify with these patterns and apply them to our application. Thanks to this book our application is now running without errors. The book first introduces the various transaction types used by Java. The author used just the right amount of depth for a developer to understand. The chapter on XA is a bit dry, but on the otherhand I now understand XA! I learned of this book from a friend of mine who found it as the book of the month on JavaWorld. I would highly recommend this book without reservation. NOTE: I have posted this review on other book sites as well. There seems to be a reviewer on other sites talking about UML and Grammer. Ignore these reviews - the book is great and VERY helpful!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.