TransactionsJTA Developer license for free!

Discussion in 'Java' started by Joel Van Hoolandt, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. TransactionsJTA™ Mission-critical J2EE and J2SE: insure your
    mission-critical applications with our JTA and XA implementation.
    Available for both J2SE and J2EE (integrates seamlessly with Apache™
    Tomcat™, the world's most popular J2EE web application server). This
    product allows you to integrate your applications with one or more
    databases while guaranteeing automatic restart and crash recovery.
    Integration can be done cross-platform, cross-vendor, cross-database
    and cross-message-queue. Problematic transactions can be cancelled
    across all these systems' borders to insure your data quality and
    integrity. Ships with an included evaluation version of the FirstSQL™
    Java RDBMS and JDBC drivers, so downloading is all you need to do to
    get up and running with transactional reliability! Developer and
    classroom licenses are free and unlimited in time.
    Have a look at http://www.atomikos.com and thanks for your feedback!
     
    Joel Van Hoolandt, Apr 7, 2004
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