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Does timeout set on server kills the outstanding transactions

Jai Kshir
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I have a web service running on weblogic server. The timeout for service is 60 secs, set on weblogic server. If the service is doing any database transaction and takes more than 60 sec, I get a timeout.

My question is - will the database transaction which crossed 60 sec be killed by the weblogic? or the service will still be running that transaction and won't show result due to timeout on server. Please advise.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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