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Transactions in swing

johny sill
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HI,

How to maintain transaction management in swing application,

i have a problem when save the the transaction,

when the two users save the transaction at same time ,only one transaction is committed ,other one generate an error

please tell me,

Thanks in advance,
johny
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What kind of transactions are you talking about? JDBC?


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johny sill
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yes i taking alout jdbc
Rob Spoor
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Then it doesn't matter that it's in Swing, it's a JDBC problem. Off we go!


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Originally posted by johny sill:
when the two users save the transaction at same time ,only one transaction is committed ,other one generate an error

This is how transactions work. What would you like to happen?


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Hi johny, what error are you seeing? If they are both modifying the same data its possible you'd see a concurrent access error. Could you post a short stack trace showing the error message?


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