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Weblogic 6.1 sp2..
A strange situation. Whenever a transaction timesout, weblogic marks it as timeout , but it never deallocates the resources that the dead transaction is witholding. This is causing serious performance and resource problem, in other words there are many many zombie threads being blocked and holding this connection
How to solve this issue?
Does ejb container deallocates the resources, once it sees a transaction is timeout.
Any body please help me
 
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