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MQ transaction

Question asked by SimoneAvogadro2271 on Oct 1, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 2, 2014 by SimoneAvogadro2271
The documentation states that MQ operations can be "transacted":
when transacted this means 
"Get — If on, the message is not removed from the queue until it has been completely handled by the connector (i.e., written). If something fails while the message is being handled, the transaction is rolled back and the message is left on the queue. For the Get action there is no option to increase the transaction batch size; it is always 1."

This is not clear. Does this mean that we can build a process which reads from MQ and then writes to the DB and that the two oeprations are part of a distributed transaction?
I can't find any further explaination about transactions, how to use them and what do they provide.