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Websphere, Entity bean called by MDB

 
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I posted this in the EJB area, but I think the problem is Websphere specific. Will you take a look?

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Hi,

I read all your posts and i think you have to do next two points:

1) You need to create a datasource with the XA Driver "Resources > JDBC Providers > New JDBC Provider" and choose the Cloudscape JDBC Driver XA

2) I think you need to "enable XA" in the Connection Queue Factory of the JMS Resource "Resources > WebSphere JMS Provider > WebSphere Queue Connection Factories > Your Queue Connection Factory".
 
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