Though it is a unfortunate news for us ...
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From: Alex Boisvert <email@example.com
Date: 2005. 10. 7 ¿ÀÀü 1:23
Subject: Re: [NEWSENDER] - About JDBM transaction support - Message is from an unknown sender
To: Trustin Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: JDBM General <email@example.com>
Currently JDBM doesn't support multiple outstanding (concurrent)
transactions. If you need this, you have to either write an additional
layer on top of JDBM or serialize access to the RecordManager for each
of your transactions.
Trustin Lee wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> We've developed JDBM backend for Apache Directory Server long ago, and
> now we're trying to support multiple transactions that can be
> committed or rolled back indepdently from each other. But I couldn't
> find any interfaces like 'Transaction' that can be passed to the
> RecordManager yet like I do with BDB JE. Can I know if I can perform
> more than one transactions at once and those transactions can be
> rolled back or committed individually? If I can, can I know how?
> Thanks in advance,
> what we call human nature is actually human habit
what we call human nature is actually human habit