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Transaction in session bean not working

 
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Hi,
I gave the Transaction attribute to required for all the methods in the bean.
public void insertmethod()
{
DBUtil db = new DBUtil();
db.executeUpdate(String1);
db.executeUpdate(String2);
db.close();
}
public class DBUtil {
Connection con
DBUtiil()
con = .....
public void executeUpdate {
Get prepared statement from above conn object and executeUpdate
}
}
We have written a utility class DBUtil where the connection object is obtained in the constructor.
we are executing two insert queries. If the first insert is sucessful and the second fails still the first insert is committed. We do not want this to happen. Is the error due to database transaction occurring in a different class other than the bean.
Could not figure out what Iam missing. How to get the transaction to work??.
Thanks for your time
Regards,
Kishan
 
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Can you please post the contents of the ejb-jar.xml file so that we can see how the transactions have been specified.
 
Balaji Munuswamy
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Hi,
Attaching the ejb-jar.xml Thanks for your time.

Are we missing anything here.
Regards,
Balaji
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Hi,
I think the XML tags are not coming...what do I have to do to get the tags get displayed
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Balaji
 
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This is pretty strange as it should have worked. The xml file looks ok. The transaction attribute of Required creates a new transaction if the method is not invoked in a transaction.
Then where is the problem
 
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Is the error due to database transaction occurring in a different class other than the bean.


This is not a problem as long as you are not invoking any transactions in the other class
 
Balaji Munuswamy
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Hi Rahul,
Iam pasting my bean code. Please see whether Iam doing anything wrong. I have taken off the util class and doing the transaction from with in the bean itself. Still it does not work.
public void dirInsert(int,String,int,String) {
Connection con;
try {
InitialContext inCtx = new InitialContext();
DataSource dsConcert = (DataSource) inCtx.lookup("java:comp/env/jdbc/oracle");
if (dsConcert != null) {
con =
dsConcert.getConnection();
} else {
System.out.println(" Datasource is Null ");
throw new Exception("Null DataSource");
}
System.out.println("Got Connection Object");
StringBuffer strInsert1 = new StringBuffer();
strInsert1.append(" INSERT INTO CHK_TRNS1 VALUES( " + mno + ",'" + mname + "') ");

StringBuffer strInsert2 = new StringBuffer();
strInsert2.append(" INSERT INTO CHK_TRNS2 VALUES( " + mno1 + ",'" + mname1 + "') ");
String strIns1 = strInsert1.toString();
String strIns2 = strInsert2.toString();

Statement stmt = con.createStatement();
stmt.executeUpdate(strIns1);
stmt.executeUpdate(strIns2);

stmt.close();
con.close();
System.out.println("Successfully executed the Inserts ");
} catch(Exception e) {
System.out.println(" Exception is bean : " + e);
}
}
As said earlier...When second insert fails still the first insert commits.
Thanks for your help.
Regards,
Balaji.
 
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Sorry Balaji ,
I am not able to detect the problem
 
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