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From Jörg von Frantzius <joerg.von.frantz...@artnology.com>
Subject Re: Commit behaviour upon JDOOptimisticVerificationException during flush
Date Thu, 02 Nov 2006 16:15:45 GMT
Alright, I just saw that JPA spec says in " The EntityTransaction 

    If the EntityTransaction.commit operation fails, the persistence
    provider must roll back the transaction.

So I take back my proposal in order to align with JPA.


Jörg von Frantzius schrieb:
> Dear experts,
> after looking at the spec, and 13.4.4 "Non-managed environment" in 
> particular, I'm somewhat puzzled about what the expected behaviour of 
> javax.jdo.Transaction.commit() should be upon encountering an 
> exception during flush. What JPOX currently does is an automatic 
> rollback of the DB connection and of the PM's caches, calling 
> sync.afterCompletion(Status.STATUS_ROLLEDBACK) and setting the state 
> of the transaction to not-active. I wonder whether that's really 
> intended.
> While there isn't much a user can do about an optimistic failure 
> during flush, there could be any SQLException happening during flush 
> that the user might want to catch and try to recover from, I imagine. 
> He won't be able to do so if the transaction is automatically 
> rolled-back.
> So my proposal would be that upon failure during flush, nothing should 
> be done by the implementation but throwing the appropriate exception.
> Regards,
> Jörg

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