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IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale 6 by Anthony Chaves

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Summary

In this chapter, we covered how to integrate our ObjectGrid code with the Spring framework. For those familiar with Spring, this should be a good introduction to what you can do with ObjectGrid and Spring. It should now be easy to create Spring-managed, ObjectGrid-backed persistence layers, and plug them into existing applications with little modification to your existing beans.

We saw how to write interfaces using Spring-managed, declarative transactions. This removes a lot of invasive transaction-handling code and exception-checking from our business logic. The business logic is the business logic, and the persistence logic exists safely in a data-access layer. Any Spring transaction advice can be given to the transaction manager associated ...

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