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getSessionContext.setRollBackOnly()

Jane Barnett
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Joined: Oct 12, 2009
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I have an application running on Websphere 6.1.0.2. I have doing some performance monitoring with Tivoli Performance Viewer. There is a particular metric called, ActiveMethodCount - which is available per EJB. I notice that ActiveMethodCount is directly proportional to the number of times that I call getSessionContext().setRollBackOnly(). Why is this so?

According to IBM docs - ActiveMethodCount siginifies - The number of concurrently active methods - the number of methods called at the same time.
 
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