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Spring Framework example source code file (TransactionConfigurationAttributes.java)

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The Spring Framework TransactionConfigurationAttributes.java source code

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package org.springframework.test.context.transaction;

import org.springframework.core.style.ToStringCreator;
import org.springframework.transaction.PlatformTransactionManager;
import org.springframework.util.Assert;

 * <p>
 * Configuration attributes for configuring transactional tests.
 * </p>
 * @author Sam Brannen
 * @author Juergen Hoeller
 * @since 2.5
 * @see TransactionConfiguration
public class TransactionConfigurationAttributes {

	private final String transactionManagerName;

	private final boolean defaultRollback;

	 * Constructs a new TransactionConfigurationAttributes instance from the
	 * supplied arguments.
	 * @param transactionManagerName The bean name of the
	 * {@link PlatformTransactionManager} that is to be used to drive
	 * transactions.
	 * @param defaultRollback Boolean flag denoting whether or not transactions
	 * should be rolled back by default.
	 * @throws IllegalArgumentException if the supplied transaction manager bean
	 * name is <code>null.
	public TransactionConfigurationAttributes(final String transactionManagerName, final boolean defaultRollback) {

		Assert.notNull(transactionManagerName, "transactionManagerName can not be null.");
		this.transactionManagerName = transactionManagerName;
		this.defaultRollback = defaultRollback;

	 * Gets the bean name of the {@link PlatformTransactionManager} that is to
	 * be used to drive transactions.
	 * @return The transaction manager bean name.
	public final String getTransactionManagerName() {

		return this.transactionManagerName;

	 * Whether or not transactions should be rolled back by default.
	 * @return The <em>default rollback flag.
	public final boolean isDefaultRollback() {

		return this.defaultRollback;

	public String toString() {

		return new ToStringCreator(this)
				.append("transactionManagerName", this.transactionManagerName)
				.append("defaultRollback", this.defaultRollback)


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