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Two Phase Commit

 
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Hi,
How to enable Two Phase Commit in websphere. For 2 phase commit, XA compliant drivers is needed, i have tryed with thindriver which is compliant with XA, it's not working...
Anyone has any idea to how to go about???
 
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Have you looked in the InfoCenter on this? What database driver are you using? I assure you that 2PC works fine, so long as you correctly set up the XA drivers...
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Moving to the IBM/Websphere Forum...
 
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Yes, you need to provide more info. We have an ejb transaction based program that uses the thin XA driver for Oracle. Just like anything else in
WSAD it's very configuration dependent. From past experience I would guess the first place to look is your datasource configuration.
 
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