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Problem in Project

Amit Keskar
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Joined: Oct 12, 2006
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There is slight problem in My project.
The subject of my project i.e. Online Shopping (BOOKS) in JSP.
In this Online shopping the customers are giving there book order.
For this project I am using Oracle 9i as backend. I have constructed the same database in MS-Access also.
when the customer orders more than One book.
I am using the session tracking method to store previous order.
I have problem that,when I connect to the MS-Access database then it works fine,
But When I connect to the Oracle 9i then Only 1st order is updates other orders are not.
There is no error Msg at all.

I am confused please tell me what to do.

Thank you very much in advance.
[ October 12, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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Mark Spritzler
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Well maybe it has to do with commiting. Oracle is usually run where you have to commit your changes, whereas I don't think you have to commit using Access, so maybe you insert and don't commit.

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Amit Keskar
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Is there any problem in Database ?

I have called the SetAutoCommit method of Connection object.
so I think there is no problem of commit.

If something is wrong then please correct it.
 
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