Resource manager local transaction (RMLT)
A resource manager local transaction (RMLT) is a resource manager's view of a local transaction; that is, it represents a unit of recovery on a single connection that is managed by the resource manager.
Resource managers include...
- Enterprise Information Systems that are accessed through a resource adapter
- Relational databases that are accessed through a JDBC datasource.
- JMS queue destinations and topic destinations.
Resource managers offer specific interfaces to enable control of their RMLTs. J2EE connector resource adapters that include support for local transactions provide a LocalTransaction interface to enable applications to request that the resource adapter commit or rollback RMLTs. JDBC datasources provide a Connection interface for the same purpose.
The boundary at which all RMLTs must be complete is defined in WAS by an LTC.