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hello. I am using IDENTITY to auto-generate my ID in one of my tables and using CALL IDENTITY() to get back the newly created ID.
However, as I am doing this over a network. I noticed that my JDBC code executes CALL INDENTITY() before my INSERT INTO ... statement is completed and thus returning the the incorrect ID.
when I put a sleep() for 5 sec, everything works fine. So I suppose its a problem with concurrency issue.
I am wondering is there any method to ensure when I call the CALL IDENTITY() function, it will return me the correct id ? A method that when updating the database, the CALL IDENTITY will be blocked before the INSERT statement is completed ?
Here is my insert method. It works in single-user, I have not tried multi-user yet but I believe that it should work. This method makes a couple of assumptions: 1) only one record is inserted in the query, and 2) that the auto-generated key is a long (a BIGINT).
[ July 10, 2007: Message edited by: Kaydell Leavitt ]
Joined: Feb 21, 2006
Thanks for the reply.
I am sure your code works for mySQL or other heavy weight database. but this HSQLDB don't support that...oh well have to keep trying