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package javax.enterprise.event;

Distinguishes the various kinds of transactional observer methods from regular observer methods which are notified immediately.

Transactional observer methods are observer methods which receive event notifications during the before or after completion phase of the transaction in which the event was fired. If no transaction is in progress when the event is fired, they are notified at the same time as other observers.

Author(s):
Pete Muir
Gavin King
public enum TransactionPhase {

    

Identifies a regular observer method, called when the event is fired.

    IN_PROGRESS,

    

Identifies a before completion observer method, called during the before completion phase of the transaction.

    BEFORE_COMPLETION,

    

Identifies an after completion observer method, called during the after completion phase of the transaction.

    AFTER_COMPLETION,

    

Identifies an after failure observer method, called during the after completion phase of the transaction, only when the transaction fails.

    AFTER_FAILURE,

    

Identifies an after success observer method, called during the after completion phase of the transaction, only when the transaction completes successfully.

    AFTER_SUCCESS
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