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Websphere Deployment Issue (Hibernate and Oracle)

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Hello Kyle Please Help: I have spent a long time with this issue and am under tight timelines...

I have an web application (Non EJB) that based on servlets, JSP, struts, and Hibernate, and Oracle 9i. The application works fine in Tomcat 4.1.x. However when I deploy in Websphere (I am deploying a manually created war file without using WSAD) I notice the following:

1) All reads from the database are working fine
2) Inserts work first time and fail on second time and subsequent times
3) I see the following error messages:

javax.servlet.ServletException: LocalTransaction rolled-back due to setRollbackOnly
com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.webapp.WebAppTransactionCollaborator.postInvok (WebAppTransactionCollaborator.java:224)

It is accompanied by:

WLTC0033E: Resource jdbc/cdb rolled back in cleanup of unresolved LocalTransactionContainment.


WLTC0032E: One or more resources rolled back. An unresolved LocalTransactionContainment had an unresolved action of rollback


1) Why is WAS trying to rollback transaction?
2) How can I disable this so I have full control of transaction?
3) Has anyone deployed a simple webapp (Non-EJB) app using hibernate, WAS, and Oracle? If so please atleast guide me...


Parsu Nurani
Parsu nurani
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I am using Websphere 5.1.
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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