Microsoft Transaction Server

MicrosoftTransactionServer (MTS) is nolonger available as a separate product (see ComPlus), however its concepts and functionalities are used whereever there is a need for transaction and /or security management in the Microsoft environment, even in days of MicrosoftDotNet, quite possibly until WindowsVista become an established product.

-- sg


Here are some patterns from ComponentDesignPatterns that come to mind for folks who are interested in how to apply patterns when building an MTS app:

Feel free to add others or reference other patterns/languages that have applicable ones as well.

Contributors: PhilipEskelin
Resources related to MTS

Note that MtsObjectsCanBeStateful. You might also want to know WhyUseMicrosoftTransactionServer.

But what are the drawbacks? We're trying to figure that out on DnaVsOo.

QuickQuestions seeking answers

EJB differentiates between Entity and Session Beans but you can design MTS objects as "Database update" objects and "query objects". Can someone bother to tell me how this competes well against the abstraction of separation data and business objects as captured by entity and session beans.


-- Mumtaz Ahmad

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