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  • Putting context information on the spring context

    Hi,

    I want to lazily invoke some action exactly once per transaction and database. To accomplish this, I used a ThreadLocal map remembering what I already put in. But in environments that use thread pools (Tomcat), on reused threads the map already contains the value from an older transaction.

    After some investigation, I see two solutions for this:

    1) clear my ThreadLocal map when an transaction finishes

    TransactionSynchronization#afterCompletion(int) seems to be the right callback hook, but I can't see how to register this hook.

    2) Instead of using my own ThreadLocal helper classes, use Springs TX transaction support classes to bind some information to the TX

    TransactionSynchronizationManager#bindResource(key , resource) / getResource(key) looks like a promising starting point.

    My questions: What's the preferred way to bind TX-context-information? Are there any good and simple examples available anywhere (Google didn't help me)?

    Thanks in advance!
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