Definition of transactionally in English:

transactionally

adverb

See transaction

‘Knowledge constructed transactionally (among teachers and peers) is more sophisticated than knowledge a student might construct on his or her own.’
  • ‘Will customers who are transactionally motivated be receptive to a full-service strategy?’
  • ‘There is simply a series of debits and credits which are causally and transactionally linked.’
  • ‘The system modifies the program so that the critical sections are executed transactionally without acquiring locks.’
  • ‘This cannot be duplicated in stateful session beans because they are transactionally aware but are not transactional objects.’

Pronunciation

transactionally

/-SHənl-ē/

adverb

See transaction

‘Now you simply write the code as you would normally, and things will work transactionally.’
  • ‘There is simply a series of debits and credits which are causally and transactionally linked.’
  • ‘Knowledge constructed transactionally is more sophisticated than knowledge a student might construct on his or her own.’
  • ‘If you do not register your component, it may function normally, but will not be able to work transactionally.’
  • ‘Will customers who are transactionally motivated be receptive to a full-service strategy?’

Pronunciation

transactionally

/tranˈzakSH(ə)nəlē/ /trænˈzækʃ(ə)nəli/ /tranˈsakSH(ə)nəlē/ /trænˈsækʃ(ə)nəli/