Transaction management in a bounded task flow

One of the great advantages of a bounded task flow is its out of the box support for declarative transaction management. Without this support you may end up writing a lot of plumbing code for managing transactions. In this section, we will take a closer look at the declarative transaction settings available for a task flow and how the framework manages the transaction behind the scenes.

The bounded task flow supports the following declarative transaction settings:

  • No Controller Transaction: The called bounded task flow does not participate in any declarative transaction management. However you can programmatically manage the transaction, if required. This is explained in the next section entitled

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