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Distributed transactions across multiple databases

 
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Hi all,
I am developing an application in which I am using three different databases.(say db1, db2, db3).
Now I insert certain data in each of the databases. But if this insertion fails in any of the databases,
I have to rollback all transactions and terminate process.

Can anybody suggest how this can be achieved.

Thanks in advance,
Aniket
 
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Moving to JDBC.
 
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I tried to use aucommit(false) and then commit on individual connection if no error occurs.
But if there is an error during commit() of second connection, I wont be able to rollback changes done by commit of first database connection.
So is there a better way of doing this?
 
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Can I use Java open Transaction Manager JOTM for this?
If yes can somebody point out to any tutorial
 
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