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  • When configuring a transaction in Spring's configuration file, you use the no-rollbac

    When configuring a transaction in Spring's configuration file, you use the no-rollback-for attribute of the <tx:method> element to:

    A> note exclusions to the list of DAO classes given in the rollback-for attribute.
    B> supply a comma-separated list of checked exception class names that should not cause a rollback.
    C> supply a comma-separated list of DAO class names whose updates are not rolled back unless they explicitly set the rollback status flag.
    D> supply a comma-separated list of exception class names that should not cause a rollback.
    E> supply a comma separated list of business class names whose updates are not rolled back unless they explicitly set the rollback status flag.

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    Seriously? You're just pasting in your homework/quiz question verbatim?

    Just read the documentation: http://static.springsource.org/sprin...-reference.pdf

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