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Spring transaction setting

 
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Hi all,

I am using Spring v2.x's HibernateTransactionManager to declare transactions using Hibernate v3.x.

I have the transaction setting as NOT_SUPPORTED on insert() on a DAO class. A row is being inserted into the database inspite of the above transaction setting.

Why is this so?
Do I need to explictly set the autocommit false?
Can some one explain the internal mechanism of spring's hibernateTransactionManager?

Below is the spring config file:


Any input is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance for your time and interest.
 
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Hi all,

I found the fix for this problem.

I had to set the autocommit to false at the database level in the config file.

But I assumed that Spring's HibernateTransactionManager that manages the Hibernate session will take care of setting the autocommit to false but it seem not to be the case.

Thanks.
 
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sorry Srinivas, I'm a Spring+Hibernate, :roll: what do you mean with:

I had to set the autocommit to false at the database level in the config file.

?

Thanks in advance
 
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