Transactions describes how transactions work on the client side. It provides examples for running, suspending, and resuming transactions.
Note: Pivotal GemFire client transactions run on the server tier. The client uses a server delegate that runs the transaction as it would a local transaction. Thus the key to running client transactions lies in making sure the server is properly configured and programmed. For complete information about GemFire transactions in the Java server, see the Transactions chapter in the GemFire User’s Guide. The User’s Guide provides detailed information including server data requirements, interactions of GemFire transactions with other operations running on the server tier, server-side application plug-ins with transactions, and querying with transactions.