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Problems configuring spring aop transaction,really need some help here

 
Simon wilson
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just finished integrating struts 1.3 ,hibernate 3.2 and spring 2.5,a problem came up when I was doing some test work,here is my simplified ItemManager class:


and part of my xml configuration:



If I call addItem() and send in a well-formed Item object,it works just fine,but if I choose to explicitly throw a RuntimeException after saving a Item,shouldn't Spring do a rollback for me?Well it doesn't, I have spent hours checking and altering my code and still can't figure out the reason,is there anyone can explain this for me?
 
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Can you post the relevant DEBUG-level logs?
 
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David Newton wrote:Can you post the relevant DEBUG-level logs?

Trust me ,It's just one piece of insert sql generated hy hibernate and something like:

Servlet.service() for servlet action threw exception
java.lang.RuntimeException (the exception I throw explicitly)
at com.bjsxt.drp.basedata.dao.ItemDao4OracleImpl.addItem(ItemDao4OracleImpl.java:34)
at com.bjsxt.drp.basedata.model.ItemAction.add(ItemAction.java:92)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
...
nothing else,nothing helpful
 
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I find that difficult to believe, since at the DEBUG level you'll see object creation, AOP info, transaction rollback info, and so on.

See this section of the Spring declaractive transaction management docs.
 
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David Newton wrote:I find that difficult to believe, since at the DEBUG level you'll see object creation, AOP info, transaction rollback info, and so on.

See this section of the Spring declaractive transaction management docs.

I read the docs and realize that I misunderstood "debug level" for "info level", and the log4j in my project is not working :banghead:.Apparently I screw up,better go back to recharge and start over,thanks a lot for your help.
 
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