Question on Task flow return

Hi ,
I have the following questions on Task flow return:
i) I have a Task flow 1 (TF1) . I call Task Flow 2 (TF2) from TF1 using openMainTask method to open TF2 in a new tab. In TF2, I have a task flow return activity. What is the expected behaviour of Task flow return in this case?
ii)The End Transaction of task flow return in TF2 is 'commit'. The Transaction behaviour is 'Use Existing Transaction if possible' . Is it possible to set the End Transaction to default (none). When I try to set it to default none, it errors out. I have a bean code on the Save and Close for commiting the data and I do not want the Task flow return to commit again.
iii)Which method is internally called on Commit of a task flow return?
Thanks !

if the task flow shares the DataControl with the calling task flow then the transaction mode can be none. If the task flow is isolated (not sharing a DC) then the task flow must commit or rollback

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