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From Chua Chee Seng <>
Subject Re: Transaction problem using Spring 2 Transaction + Oracle Data Source
Date Wed, 26 Sep 2007 10:41:29 GMT

Hi all,

Lucky enough to find a solution at IBM site:-

I am sorry for wasting a post.  Thanks.

Best Regards,
Chee Seng

Chua Chee Seng wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am facing problem when using Spring 2 Transaction with Oracle Data
> Source.  The following are the version of components that I am using:-
> i)   JDK (Sun 1.6.0_02)
> ii)  Geronimo 1.1.1
> iii)   spring.jar (version 2.0.6)
> iv)  aspectweaver.jar, commons-dbcp.jar, commons-logging.jar,
> commons-pool.jar (come with spring distribution)
> v) ojdbc6.jar (Downloaded from Oracle 11g database driver)
> I have deployed a Oracle Data Source called 'TestDataSource' using
> Console.  I then deployed the testoracle application which contains a
> TestBean.  The TestBean contains a insertData() method which uses Spring
> JDBC to write a record into 'kz_id' database table.  The 'kz_id' table has
> two columns called 'id' (varchar2 type) and 'current_value' (number). 
> Spring Declarative transaction management is used to commit/rollback the
> transaction.  TestServlet get the TestBean from the Spring context and
> call the insertData() method.  I have enabled the logging to see what
> Spring does with the transaction.
> Once TestServlet is accessed, I can see from the log that Spring is
> starting the transaction and commit it when it is done.  It seems to have
> committed successfully.  But I am not able to see the data from other
> Oracle client, for example using sqlplus.  To double comfirm that the
> transaction is not committed properly, I tried to update the related row,
> which it hang.  I also query the v$transaction view and see 1 increment
> after the TestServlet is accessed.  Once Geronimo is shutdown, the data is
> visible to other clients and count in v$transaction is decreased.
> I first think it is the problem of the Oracle driver, however, if I use
> apache DBCP's BasicDataSource instead of data source managed by Geronimo,
> it works fine!  This makes me wonder whether the problem can come from
> tranql or Geronimo data source?
> Honestly, I do not know the cause,  I would really appreciate for any
> helps to clarify this.
> I attach the web app for your reference.
> Thanks.
> Best Regards,
> Chee Seng

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