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package com.netflix.curator.framework.api.transaction;

Transactional/atomic operations. See org.apache.zookeeper.ZooKeeper.multi(java.lang.Iterable) for details on ZooKeeper transactions.

The general form for this interface is:

         curator.inTransaction().operation().arguments().forPath(...).
             and().more-operations.
             and().commit();
     
Here's an example that creates two nodes in a transaction
         curator.inTransaction().
             create().forPath("/path-one", path-one-data).
             and().create().forPath("/path-two", path-two-data).
             and().commit();
     

Important: the operations are not submitted until CuratorTransactionFinal.commit() is called.

public interface CuratorTransaction
{
    
Start a create builder in the transaction

Returns:
builder object
    public TransactionCreateBuilder create();

    
Start a delete builder in the transaction

Returns:
builder object
    public TransactionDeleteBuilder delete();

    
Start a setData builder in the transaction

Returns:
builder object
    public TransactionSetDataBuilder setData();

    
Start a check builder in the transaction

Returns:
builder object
    public TransactionCheckBuilder check();
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