The javax.transaction.xa package is available in Java SE, so using the JTA 1.3 jar will work just fine on any Java SE release, without any additional jars needed.
On Nov 14, 2017, at 7:57 AM, Tom Jenkinson <thjenkin@...
Thanks for opening up this topic for discussion. What would you recommend for applications written in JDK8 that might wish to consume the eventual JTA 1.3 jar - from where is it expected that these applications source interface files such as javax.transaction.xa.XAResource? Perhaps the recommendation might be that implementers provide a small additional jar with the javax.transaction.xa classes in it for JDK8 usage?
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