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package org.jboss.weld.transaction.spi;
import  javax.transaction.Synchronization;
import  javax.transaction.UserTransaction;

The container must implement the services related to transactional behavior used in JSR-299, if that behavior is going to be used.

The event framework specified by CDI includes the ability to create observer methods which are activated based on the phase and status of a currently active transaction. In order to use these abilities, the container must provide these intermediary services which in turn may interact with an application server and JTA.

Required in a Java EE environment

TransactionServices is a per-deployment service.

Author(s):
David Allen
public interface TransactionServices extends Service {
    
Registers a synchronization object with the currently executing transaction.

Parameters:
synchronizedObserver
See also:
javax.transaction.Synchronization
    void registerSynchronization(Synchronization synchronizedObserver);

    
Queries the status of the current execution to see if a transaction is currently active.

Returns:
true if a transaction is active
    boolean isTransactionActive();

    
Obtain a reference to the JTA UserTransaction

Returns:
a reference to the JTA UserTransaction
    UserTransaction getUserTransaction();
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