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This chapter discussed transactions and why you should use them. You explored the approach taken
for transaction management historically in Java EE and then learned how the approach the Spring
framework offers differs. You explored explicit use of transactions in your code as well as implicit use
with annotation-driven aspects. You set up a database and used transactions to enforce valid state in
the database.
In the next chapter, you will explore Spring's remoting support. Spring provides a layer to isolate
your POJOs from the protocol and platform over which they are exposed to remote clients. You will
explore the approach in general as well as see it applied to a few key technologies on the Java EE and
Spring platforms.
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