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Incompatablity between OAS standard edition and enterprise edition

Sudarshan Sreenivasan
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Joined: Jun 28, 2007
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Hi,

I was previously using OAS enterprise edition now we have migrated to the standard edition.

and now i am facing this problem
RollbackException: The transaction has been marked for rollback (no reason given)


This happens due to the following code segment




after which a read operation is performed within the same transaction.

We are using EJB's for transaction management.

So with the same EJB method the transaction is rolled back after which a read operation is performed.

We could argue that this is not the best approach however this is required to achieve the business goals

This same code section happens to be working on the enterprise edition and the standalone server.


Has anyone come across this issue or knows why this happens in case of standard edition or am i missing some thing ??
 
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