I am using db2java.zip as the driver class. But still I get this error. Can someone help?
11/21/05 16:10:27:610 EST] 723b5ef4 DataAccessReq E PMGR6022E: Error using adapter to create or execute an Interaction. com.ibm.ws.rsadapter.cci.WSInteractionImpl@72725ef1
[11/21/05 16:10:27:620 EST] 723b5ef4 DataAccessReq E PMGR0000E: Call stack: com.ibm.ws.ejbpersistence.utilpm.PersistenceManagerException: PMGR6022E: Error using adapter to create or execute an Interaction. com.ibm.ws.rsadapter.cci.WSInteractionImpl@72725ef1 at com.ibm.ws.ejbpersistence.dataaccess.DataAccessRequestImpl.execute(Unknown Source) )
Search the document for your error code PMGR6022E. It looks like your problem is rather complex than trivial. Search the net though, maybe you can find some good hints. Regards.
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posted 13 years ago
Thanks Valentin. I appreciate your help!
I could resolve the problem. I found out that it was a problem with the mappings present in the backend folder. I deleted the backend folder completely and re-did the entire mapping. And then it worked!. I dont face that problem any more.
We are having similar issues related to PersistenceManagerException: PMGR6022E. I saw you had similar one and able resolve it through re-mapping cmp entity beans. If you were able to recall, Can give me some more details what did?
We observed that our entity beans are mapped using jdbc app driver which is type 2 but the jdbc driver used for datasource in App. server is Type 4 drive. Do you think this could cause problems when application is run on App. server. becuae of drive type conflict?
please tell me the configuration change that you made to make this work. I am getting the same error. I understand that it has to do with resource adapter settings. But I am not able to figure it out what exactly needs to be changed. Please post of what change you have done.