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From Paul Glezen <pgle...@us.ibm.com>
Subject RE: Ibatis and Junit tests
Date Fri, 02 Sep 2005 17:51:59 GMT

Because that only tells me "what".  It doesn't tell me "why".  So I do
trace the JDBC driver.  But when I have an iBatis commit in my code and see
no commit in the driver, I'd like to see why.  When the JDBC driver says
autocommit was set to false, and I see commits despite not calling commit,
I'd like more insight into the reason.  Understanding these things would

- Paul

Paul Glezen
Consulting IT Specialist
IBM Software Services for WebSphere
818 539 3321

"James, Steven" <Steven.James@logicacmg.com> wrote on 09/02/2005 08:56:03

> Why not just switch on you db vendor logging facility i find this
> far more useful.
> Steve
> ________________________________
> From: Paul Glezen [mailto:pglezen@us.ibm.com]
> Sent: Fri 02/09/2005 16:37
> To: user-java@ibatis.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Ibatis and Junit tests
> This is precisely the kind of thing that would be apparent if the
> iBatis logging were a bit more verbose.  I asked about this earlier
> on the list and didn't see much of a response.  We shouldnt' have to
> dig into iBatis source code to know about important events like
> driving close, commit, etc.
> - Paul
> Nicholoz Koka Kiknadze <226057@gmail.com> wrote on 09/02/2005 07:04:52
> > IMO iBatis does call connection.close() after commit/rollback, but
> > if you are using any kind of connection pooling physical connections
> > will obviously survive.
> >
> > I tryed to locate where forceCloseAll method (that closes all pooled
> > connections) is called for SimpleDataSource, but could not... Maybe
> > that's what is causing the problem
> >
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