I am testing the JDBC transaction. The below is coding. I force it to throw exception and roll back the result. But it doesn't work as we expected. The database is MySQL 4.
I don't know why.
Joined: Oct 31, 2001
What is the problem you are facing in this code....?
Joined: Aug 15, 2004
may be this is because of MySQL. i found MySQL and Access wiered sometimes. It doesn't support the transaction management. I have a good experience with Oracle, but not with MySQL. hope someones knows the actual cause.
but again i think MySQL sucks. I have heard something bad like the same about MySQL from ranchers.
Joined: May 27, 2004
I cant see any problem in this code.The thing is type of mySQL storage Engine. The default storage engine is myISAM.This does not support transcation management. You have to change the type of storage engine into InnoDB or BDB. Refer mySQL manual to change the storage engine type. That will work fine..