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This is how you can avoid slowdown when using Groovy-based @Transactional components

During the investigation of a slowdown in a back-end Spring application, I found an interesting side-effect of using class-level @Transactional annotations on Groovy-based services. If you’re using bare Groovy with Spring 4.2 (or below) and concerned about your back-end’s performance, keep reading.

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