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See the spring reference guide for a detailed explanation of springs transaction management.
Because database constraints are checked by the database when the transaction gets committed, constraint violations will be thrown outside the business code.
In case constraint violations have to be handled manually, it should be done in code outside the logic that is annotated with
This may be done in a service operation by catching a
org.hibernate.exception.ConstraintViolationException for hibernate).