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From Vannel <vadrie...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Transaction Performance Issue
Date Thu, 17 Apr 2008 05:41:05 GMT

can anyone tell me what the scope of a transaction is?

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try {
  //execute sql
  int ret = insert(...);
  
  if (ret>0) {
    //execute some other sql
    update(...);
  }
}
catch {
  //catch errors
}

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in the above scenario, are there 2 transactions (1 for insert, 1 for
update)..? or is it considered 1 transaction within a try-catch? if i am
using an external transactionmanager, where does the commit come in? i don't
have anything in my EJB that controls transactions. In this case, how is
iBATIS handling the commits?
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