Patterns of Enterprise Applications Architecture by Martin Fowler defines Transaction Script pattern that is one of domain logic patterns. In his book...
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Transaction plays an important role in any business application that involved CRUD operations. To implement transactions, we utilize TransactionScope...
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In this final installment we’ll take a look at some additional examples of problems caused by distributed transactions. The following execution history...
0 replies - 2474 views - 07/29/10 by Sasha Goldshtein in News
It’s time to add WCF services to the mix and see how their presence
adds to the complexity of the otherwise non-trivial transactional
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The most commonly encountered problem with distributed transactions
is that of transactional deadlocks. Transactions guarantee isolation,
which is usually...
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How is a WCF service call under a distributed transaction different
from a regular WCF service call? The primary difference is the
0 replies - 1822 views - 07/17/10 by Sasha Goldshtein in News
This is the first in a short series of posts in which we’ll debug
problems that arise from the use of distributed transactions in WCF.
0 replies - 2808 views - 07/15/10 by Sasha Goldshtein in News
Earlier this week I had to propagate a System.Transactions
transaction across .NET AppDomains. If you use a TransactionScope
and rely on the ambient...
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Previously, in MSMQ, WCF and IIS: Getting them to play nice:
In Part 1, we built a client and IIS-hosted service application and got them communicating over...
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