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Invalid Transaction state

 
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Hello,
I am using Oracle ODBC for my application, while performing some operation it gives be exception : [Microsoft][Oracle ODBC]Invalid Transaction state.

Can any one tell me that is the cause of this exception?

I want that if data is inserted in database the it slould be reflected in all tables, and if any exception occur then no change should be reflected i any table. So, before starting insertion statement I have made connection.setAutoCommit(false);

And, if all process works fine (i.e. no exception occured then I set connection.commit() ).

Can anyone give me a solution?
 
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YOur approach sounds okay. It might have something to do with the way the code has been written. Could you post it to give some idea?
 
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