Spring – Multiple transaction manager in an application

In the application context declare the following:-

In the Java code do the following as shown below as code snippet:-

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  1. I believe that tx:annotation-driven is to be defined only once.
    It’s transaction-manager attribute is used to give the default value to be used for cases, where @Transactional does not specify the Transaction Manager explicitly. Therefore specifying that twice is pointless.

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