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?
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 sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
nothing else,nothing helpful
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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