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Using transparent application continuity with current Java frameworks – this is how it works

Blog: Oracle BPM

Would you like your Java programs to continue running without errors if your RAC database is temporarily unavailable, if a node fails intentionally or unintentionally? Do you want this to be uncomplicated and without complex, own code for error handling ? For reading and writing transactions aborted in the middle ? For local and distributed transactions ? Then use the JDBC driver 21c and the Universal Connection Pool (UCP) from Oracle.

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