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Can i use JMS(java messaging service) on windows-98 platform? or J2EE SDK on win98

 
Darshan Bhavsar
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I am working on JMS project.For that is it nessecerry that
i have to work on WIndows-2000 or NT compatible platform
Or is it possible to run J2EE SDK on windows 98 platform
I am very confused about it,
Please reply
Thanks In advance
 
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Yes, it is possible. I had a problem running the startup bat file because it had so many set statements. I had to edit them out.
 
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Thanks sir
Now it is working.
but i had a problem regarding Workflow application
In that suppose one person filled up some form
and want approval of this from his Boss(Head) .
So for that i used jsp and Jdbc to store some
data in Oracle Data and when Boss approves
form the record has been commited else rollback
the Data.
what is the better technology to show some user(e.g boss) that form has come from some user(his underhood) for approval .
Like the case ofg Leave application Form
How could this possible or any resource
Thanks in advance

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using rollback and commit isn't quite correct in that situation. The length of the transaction would be way too long. What you want to do is have some indicator to show that the changes weren't approved yet. Then when they are approved, you update the indicator. If they are rejected then you would return to the previous version. This might mean that you must maintain multiple copies of the row with time stamps. Or perhaps a table holding those items waiting approval/rejection.
 
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Thank u sir for replying ,
ya u r correct.i am not planning to keep the transaction open for too long.Actually the department head sets the workflow for approval which can be changed by him,the details of which r stored in a oracle table primary key is the employee.
is it possible to reflect the receipent that some form is came
for approval.Messanger like thing when someone sign in the buffered message(if any) is automatically reflect
Thanks in advance again
 
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Transactions should only be used for a series of database updates that occur one right after the other.
 
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Ok that's write thanks for that
but i have a last question that is
"is it possible to reflect the receipent that some form is came
for approval.Messanger like thing when someone sign in the buffered message(if any) is automatically reflect"
Thanks in advance again
 
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