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From mat_the_green <matt...@newedgeengineering.com>
Subject Re: How to ensure XAConnection to stop rollback in managed transactions?
Date Mon, 07 Sep 2009 14:32:09 GMT


Actually I am not trying to take control of the transaction. Actually I am
relying on JBoss and a Container Managed Transaction. The problem is
JackRabbit is rolling back the transaction at line 315 in
and as it is only a java.sql.Connection it's is hard to determine if the
connection is container managed or bean managed. I am not sure if this is
the correct way as I would of thought from a design perspective a
javax.sql.XAConnection should be chosen during it creation so it can be
rolled back in correct way, i.e. via the XAResource. Just my thoughts after
trying to determine what was happening.

Thanks in advance

Jukka Zitting wrote:
> Hi,
> Please use the users@jackrabbit.apache.org mailing list for questions
> about Jackrabbit configuration.
> On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 12:01 PM,
> mat_the_green<matthew@newedgeengineering.com> wrote:
>> The database connection times out after about 12 hours and JackRabbit
>> tries
>> to reconnect but is using a normal java.sql.Connection and is trying to
>> rollback the transaction.
>> After reading through some documentation I think that JackRabbit should
>> be
>> using a XAConnection and I was wondering how I configure the persistence
>> manager to ensure this?
> Jackrabbit expects to be in full control of the underlying database
> connection, so you should not try to use an external transaction
> manager for that.
> Jackrabbit supports distributed XA transactions on the Session level,
> so you can simply associate your JCR sessions with the transaction
> manager.
> BR,
> Jukka Zitting

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