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Hi thank you for reading my post How i can apply transaction in a scenario like this :
In one of my web applicatinon page , i have 3 functions that each of them update/insert data to a table I use connection pool to retrieve a connection in each of those functions (i can use one connection for all of functions but i do not know whether it is good or not). Now the changes to database just should be applied if all of those functions insert data sucessfully. my problem is that i do not know how i can use transaction in this case.
I need just the transaction over these inserts , which kind of commit mode i should use?
(i can use one connection for all of functions but i do not know whether it is good or not
If you want to use JDBC transactions you will have to perform all three DB operations in one Connection. There isn't a way using JDBC alone to wrap the operations of three seperate Connections into one transaction.
If you can't change your code, you could wrap the call to these methods in a JTA transaction, presuming you have a transaction service you can use. It might be easier however (since this is a Servlet enviornment not an EJB environment) to fix your three methods to use one Connection.