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Jdbc and Two Phase Commit

 
Sujatha Kumar
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Hi,

This might be a dumb question.
But it would be great if you could share your thoughts.

Is it possible to achieve two-phase commit using pure JDBC ?

Assuming that you have two web servers supporting two different
database, In this case how can i achieve two-phase commit
across the webservers.

I was just curious about this scenario...

Regards
 
Roger Chung-Wee
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Nope, a JDBC transaction is a local transaction. For a distributed transaction, you need JTA. You will need amongst other things, a transaction manager, XA-enabled databases and resource managers (such as XA JDBC drivers). Check your container and database documentation for details on how to get this working.
 
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