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  1. Spring Web Flow
  2. SWF-567

Add support for conversation-scoped persistence contexts, as an alternative to the flow-scoped persistence context pattern

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      This is a variation of the flow-managed data access pattern that:

      • allocates a persistence context in conversation scope instead of flow scope
      • flushes changes manually when requested, with flushing behavior also driveable by transition metadata
      • all data access is non-transactional
      • closes the persistence context when the conversation ends

      This is appropriate for use when isolation from the DB is not desired; for example, for flushing changes to the DB after each view-state.

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              kdonald Keith Donald
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              kdonald Keith Donald
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