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Internal XA Error on WebSphere

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I am have the following error displayed when I attempt to post data to the database.

When I go look for the description of this message, IBM states:

This problem most likely happened because you are trying to start a global transaction with autoCommit being true. The JDBC 3.0 Specification specifies that the autoCommit value must be ignored when the distributed transaction starts. As a workaround, set autoCommit back to false before you start the global transaction. Oracle has been notified of this issue. Please check the Oracle Support site for latest updates regarding this error code.

Some of our senior developers think this is just rhetoric and the real problem is some code is working in the same table of the database

I would appreciate any comments on what should be checked in WebSphere Application server or the deployment descriptor. Does a certain version of Oracle cause this error to go away? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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