Maybe try upgrading config admin also? There are a lot of new capabilities ds takes advantage of.

David Jencks 

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On May 18, 2018, at 11:07 AM, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com> wrote:

Tried adding Felix SCR 2.1.0, but it looks like it is not as simple:

org.osgi.framework.ServiceException: Service factory exception: org/osgi/service/cm/ManagedService
at org.apache.felix.framework.ServiceRegistrationImpl.getFactoryUnchecked(ServiceRegistrationImpl.java:352) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.ServiceRegistrationImpl.getService(ServiceRegistrationImpl.java:247) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.ServiceRegistry.getService(ServiceRegistry.java:350) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.getService(Felix.java:3737) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleContextImpl.getService(BundleContextImpl.java:470) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.metatype.internal.ManagedServiceTracker.addingService(ManagedServiceTracker.java:52) ~[?:?]
at org.osgi.util.tracker.ServiceTracker$Tracked.customizerAdding(ServiceTracker.java:941) ~[?:?]
at org.osgi.util.tracker.ServiceTracker$Tracked.customizerAdding(ServiceTracker.java:870) ~[?:?]
at org.osgi.util.tracker.AbstractTracked.trackAdding(AbstractTracked.java:256) ~[?:?]
at org.osgi.util.tracker.AbstractTracked.track(AbstractTracked.java:229) ~[?:?]
at org.osgi.util.tracker.ServiceTracker$Tracked.serviceChanged(ServiceTracker.java:901) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.EventDispatcher.invokeServiceListenerCallback(EventDispatcher.java:990) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.EventDispatcher.fireEventImmediately(EventDispatcher.java:838) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.EventDispatcher.fireServiceEvent(EventDispatcher.java:545) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.fireServiceEvent(Felix.java:4595) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.registerService(Felix.java:3587) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleContextImpl.registerService(BundleContextImpl.java:348) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleContextImpl.registerService(BundleContextImpl.java:322) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.scr.impl.config.ScrConfigurationImpl.start(ScrConfigurationImpl.java:120) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.scr.impl.Activator.start(Activator.java:100) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.util.SecureAction.startActivator(SecureAction.java:697) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.activateBundle(Felix.java:2240) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.Felix.startBundle(Felix.java:2146) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleImpl.start(BundleImpl.java:998) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleImpl.start(BundleImpl.java:984) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.karaf.features.internal.service.BundleInstallSupportImpl.startBundle(BundleInstallSupportImpl.java:161) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.karaf.features.internal.service.FeaturesServiceImpl.startBundle(FeaturesServiceImpl.java:1116) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.karaf.features.internal.service.Deployer.deploy(Deployer.java:996) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.karaf.features.internal.service.FeaturesServiceImpl.doProvision(FeaturesServiceImpl.java:1025) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.karaf.features.internal.service.FeaturesServiceImpl.lambda$doProvisionInThread$13(FeaturesServiceImpl.java:964) ~[?:?]
at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:266) ~[?:?]
at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1149) ~[?:?]
at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:624) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:748) [?:?]
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/osgi/service/cm/ManagedService
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:763) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.defineClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2410) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.findClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2194) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.findClassOrResourceByDelegation(BundleWiringImpl.java:1607) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.access$200(BundleWiringImpl.java:80) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.loadClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2053) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:357) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.scr.impl.config.ScrManagedServiceServiceFactory.getService(ScrManagedServiceServiceFactory.java:47) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.ServiceRegistrationImpl.getFactoryUnchecked(ServiceRegistrationImpl.java:347) ~[?:?]
... 33 more
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.osgi.service.cm.ManagedService not found by org.apache.felix.scr [67]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.findClassOrResourceByDelegation(BundleWiringImpl.java:1639) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.access$200(BundleWiringImpl.java:80) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.loadClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2053) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:357) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass(ClassLoader.java:763) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.defineClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2410) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.findClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2194) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.findClassOrResourceByDelegation(BundleWiringImpl.java:1607) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl.access$200(BundleWiringImpl.java:80) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.BundleWiringImpl$BundleClassLoader.loadClass(BundleWiringImpl.java:2053) ~[?:?]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(ClassLoader.java:357) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.scr.impl.config.ScrManagedServiceServiceFactory.getService(ScrManagedServiceServiceFactory.java:47) ~[?:?]
at org.apache.felix.framework.ServiceRegistrationImpl.getFactoryUnchecked(ServiceRegistrationImpl.java:347) ~[?:?]
... 33 more



Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 18, 2018, at 12:46 PM, Jean-Baptiste Onofré <jb@nanthrax.net> wrote:

4.2.1-SNAPSHOT already updated to DS 1.4 (SCR 2.1.0) (ready on one of my branch).

Regards
JB

On 18/05/2018 17:50, Alex Soto wrote:
Great, I solved the Eclipse problem.  Thanks.
Yes, Karaf provides DS 1.3,  but no DS 1.4 out off the box.
Maybe this is available from Aries?
Best regards,
Alex soto
On May 18, 2018, at 11:18 AM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

Hi,

Answers inline:

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On 18 May 2018, at 16:55, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

Thank you Tim for the very detailed explanation.
There are  two problems I don’t know how to resolve:

1- BND generates this for my bundle:

Require-Capability:  osgi.extender;filter:="(&(osgi.extender=osgi.component)(version>=1.3.0)(!(version>=2.0.0)))”

This is because I use the @Component and @Reference annotations.  This is strange, since I should be using OSGi R7, so I am not sure why it is saying 1.3.0.  Now when try to run in Karaf, even though I am installing/scr/feature, it fails with unresolved requirement.

So in the absence of information to the contrary this requirement is added based on your usage of Declarative Services features. If you use DS 1.3 features then DS 1.3 will be required.

Since R7 added the bundle requirement annotations the @Component annotation has been annotated to require DS at the current spec version (this gives a more consistent behaviour than bnd’s heuristics). At a guess you are picking up a 1.3 requirement because you have the 1.3 annotations ahead of the 1.4 annotations on your classpath, but it could be triggered by other things too. On the other hand this isn’t actually a problem as the requirement is still satisfied by DS 1.4 and both versions will work for you at runtime.

The Karaf scr feature really should be providing SCR 1.3 (which is required by the spec to provide the extender capability. That has been the current version of the spec for three years, and has been provided by Felix for at least 6 releases. I’d be pretty shocked if DS 1.3 wasn’t supported. You may need help from a more Karaf focussed person to confirm this.


Since I could not find OSGi R7 in public Maven Repos, I followed EnRoute depending on:
      <dependency>
        <groupId>org.osgi.enroute</groupId>
        <artifactId>osgi-api</artifactId>
        <version>7.0.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
        <type>pom</type>
        <scope>provided</scope>
      </dependency>
      <dependency>
        <groupId>org.osgi.enroute</groupId>
        <artifactId>enterprise-api</artifactId>
        <version>7.0.0-SNAPSHOT</version>
        <type>pom</type>
        <scope>provided</scope>
      </dependency>

There’s no problem with you using these. On the other hand the OSGi API aggregations you are looking for are:

https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.osgi/osgi.core

https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.osgi/osgi.cmpn

You can also find the individual specs under the org.osgi group id if you want to use a smaller hammer :)


2- This is minor, and I see it also in the EnRoute project. While the Maven build succeeds, Eclipse BND plugin shows 2 errors:

   The default package '.' is not permitted by the Import-Package
   syntax. This can be caused by compile errors in Eclipse
   because Eclipse creates valid class files regardless of compile
   errors. The following package(s) import from the default
   package [org.enquery.encryptedquery.responder.data.service.impl]
   (biz.aQute.bnd:bnd-maven-plugin:4.0.0:bnd-process:default:process-classes)pom.xml/encryptedquery-responder-dataline
   0Maven Build Participant Problem

   The project was not built since its build path is incomplete.
   Cannot find the class file for javax.persistence.EntityManager.
   Fix the build path then try building this
   projectencryptedquery-responder-dataUnknownJava Problem



As the message suggests, this usually occurs when Eclipse has build errors for the project. Specifically in this case you seem to be building against a project which exposes the EntityManager interface somehow, but you don’t have the JPA API in your compile dependencies (normally these would come come in transitively from the project you depend on).

I hope this helps,

Tim



Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 18, 2018, at 5:23 AM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

Hi Alex,

The bundles you need are listed in the bndrun for the JPA version of the enRoute application, but as I think you’re using OpenJPA (rather than Hibernate) it may help to explain things in relation to the Transaction Control JPA integration test for OpenJPA. I’m sure that at least some of this will be stuff you already know, but I’m trying to make sure I give a compete explanation.

This method defines some extra properties to add to the persistence unit. It references a couple of open bugs in OpenJPA which may or may not affect you. It also adds schema generation as OpenJPA does not support the standard properties from JPA 2.1 https://github.com/apache/aries-tx-control/blob/master/tx-control-providers/jpa/tx-control-jpa-itests/src/test/java/org/apache/aries/tx/control/itests/SimpleOpenJPA_2_4_1_Test.java#L34

This method defines the OpenJPA bundles and their immediate dependencies. https://github.com/apache/aries-tx-control/blob/master/tx-control-providers/jpa/tx-control-jpa-itests/src/test/java/org/apache/aries/tx/control/itests/SimpleOpenJPA_2_4_1_Test.java#L48

You then need:

• Aries JPA 2.7.0 - this provides the OSGi JPA Service 1.1 RI (1.1 features are needed by the Aries Tx Control JPA resource provider to support XA)

• Aries Tx Control Service - either XA or local depending on whether you need XA Transaction support. For example https://github.com/apache/aries-tx-control/blob/master/tx-control-providers/jpa/tx-control-jpa-itests/src/test/java/org/apache/aries/tx/control/itests/AbstractJPATransactionTest.java#L365

• Aries Tx Control JPA resource provider - either XA or local depending on your needs. Note that you can’t use the XA provider with the local service, but you can use the local provider with the XA service (although this doesn’t make a lot of sense to do). For example https://github.com/apache/aries-tx-control/blob/master/tx-control-providers/jpa/tx-control-jpa-itests/src/test/java/org/apache/aries/tx/control/itests/AbstractJPATransactionTest.java#L377

• A JDBC Service implementation supporting your database driver. H2 supports this natively (which is why it is used in many examples) but MariaDB does not. Therefore you will need to deploy PAX-JDBC’s support. See https://github.com/ops4j/org.ops4j.pax.jdbc/tree/master/pax-jdbc-mariadb

You then have the option of either programmatically assembling your Resource Provider, or using configuration. Configuration is generally easier and is what I normally recommend. At that point you need to create a factory configuration for the relevant PID (it depends on whether you use the local or XA resource provider, see https://github.com/apache/aries-tx-control/blob/master/tx-control-providers/jpa/tx-control-jpa-itests/src/test/java/org/apache/aries/tx/control/itests/AbstractJPATransactionTest.java#L175)

The necessary configuration properties are:

• url - the JDBC URL for your database
• osgi.jdbc.driver.class - the database driver class name, in your case org.mariadb.jdbc.Driver
• osgi.unit.name - the name of your persistence unit

The result of this configuration will be a JPAEntityManagerProvider service registered in the service registry (using your EntityManagerFactoryBuilder and the MariaDB DataSourceFactory). You can then Inject that service into your code and combine it with the TransactionControl service to make a thread safe EntityManager that you can use in all your requests (just like the enRoute example does).

I hope this helps,

Tim

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On 17 May 2018, at 22:46, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

Thanks Tim,

I was using branch R7, changed to master, it builds now.

Now I have updated my project to OSGi 7 with Transaction Control, how do I deploy to Karaf?
i.e., what bundles/features do I need?


Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 17, 2018, at 2:08 PM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

Hi Alex,

Bnd 4.0.0 was only released last Sunday, but this should have been changed yesterday in this commit https://github.com/osgi/osgi.enroute/commit/9f9857c3d317cd08a7aaf7327c1904676299f9ee to make sure enRoute kept building.

EnRoute is automatically pushed to the sonatype OSGi nexus repository, so is it possible that you’re running offline, or firewalled from the repo? You should be able to force snapshot updates from the Maven command line.

Best Regards,

Tim

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On 17 May 2018, at 18:26, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

Allright,  I am trying to follow the EnRoute tutorial.

I am getting this error:

[ERROR] Plugin biz.aQute.bnd:bnd-maven-plugin:4.0.0-SNAPSHOT or one of its dependencies could not be resolved: Could not find artifact biz.aQute.bnd:bnd-maven-plugin:jar:4.0.0-SNAPSHOT in Bnd Snapshots (https://bndtools.ci.cloudbees.com/job/bnd.master/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/dist/bundles/) -> [Help 1]


Any idea (time frame) when this will move from SNAPSHOT dependencies?


Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 17, 2018, at 11:08 AM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

It is highly unlikely that you’ll hit the same issues. The transaction control resource provider uses the DataSourceFactory directly to create a DataSource (either progamatically using a factory service or via config admin) that enlists itself in the ongoing transaction. This means that the answer to your question is “with Transaction Control you don’t have to do that because it does it automatically”

If you want to use XA transactions then the only requirement is that the DataSourceFactory can produce an XADataSource, otherwise it just uses the standard JDBC API to commit/rollback. If your DataSourceFactory doesn’t support XA then use the local resource provider implementation.

Best Regards,

Tim

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On 17 May 2018, at 15:17, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

I will take a look at these examples.

However, I think that if I cannot get a MariaDB DataSource that supports transactions, then it will still not work, right?
If the examples use H2 database, I still may get different results when I change to MariaDB, and I will find myself in the same spot as of now.

So, the question remains about what is the correct way how to register a transaction aware MariaDB DataSource.


Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 17, 2018, at 1:46 AM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

The best place to start when looking for OSGi R7 examples is the enRoute Project. It contains Maven Archetypes, examples and worked tutorials for building applications using R7 specifications.

https://enroute.osgi.org <https://enroute.osgi.org/Tutorial/>

Most of the projects in use are just new versions of long established OSGi implementations from Aries and Felix. The majority of them are already released and in Maven Central. Those that are still in the process of releasing (pretty much just the JAX-RS whiteboard) are available in the Apache Snapshots repository. I am not aware of any implementations that require R7 framework features, so all of them should run on Karaf.

Best Regards,

Tim

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On 16 May 2018, at 22:25, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

I agree, it s very frustrating and time consuming. Almost impossible to get it right.
I may try the OSGi R7, but I am not sure of its adoption level at this time, availability of bundles, examples, support by Karaf, etc.


Anyway, back to my current stack.  I only see one DataSource being registered:

karaf@root()> service:list DataSource
[javax.sql.DataSource]
----------------------
 databaseName = responder
 dataSourceName = responder
 osgi.jdbc.driver.name = mariadb
 osgi.jndi.service.name = responder
 service.bundleid = 14
 service.factoryPid = org.ops4j.datasource
service.id <http://service.id/>= 194
 service.pid = org.ops4j.datasource.feb33f6d-dc46-4bc7-a417-ad6bdd5a6ee5
 service.scope = singleton
 url = jdbc:mariadb:XXXXXX
Provided by :
 OPS4J Pax JDBC Config (14)
Used by:
 Data (135)


Not sure what to do with this.
I specified the following in the configuration:

pool=narayana
xa=true

Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 16, 2018, at 4:12 PM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

The structure of the JNDI name is defined by the JNDI service specification.

osgi:service/<interface name>[/<filter>]

So in this case both of your services should be DataSource instances, but they should have different filters.

The important thing is to make sure you have an JTA enlisting DataSource registered as a service (this isn’t just your normal DataSource), then to build a filter which selects that. One option for this is to use the enlistment whiteboard from Aries (not well documented) https://github.com/apache/aries/tree/trunk/transaction/transaction-jdbc

This is a non-trivial thing to do, which is why I keep mentioning Transaction Control which handles the enlistment reliably without the layers of services.

Best Regards,

Tim

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On 16 May 2018, at 21:57, Alex Soto <alex.soto@envieta.com <mailto:alex.soto@envieta.com>> wrote:

Thank you Tim.

Any idea what the JNDI names would be?
It is Pax-JDBC creating these JNDI names, so I have no idea.

From the Karaf console:


karaf@root()> jndi:names
JNDI Name              │ Class Name
───────────────────────┼───────────────────────────────────────────────
osgi:service/responder │ org.mariadb.jdbc.MySQLDataSource
osgi:service/jndi      │ org.apache.karaf.jndi.internal.JndiServiceImpl


Best regards,
Alex soto




On May 16, 2018, at 3:48 PM, Tim Ward <tim.ward@paremus.com <mailto:tim.ward@paremus.com>> wrote:

Just looking quickly.

You have the same JNDI name for both JTA and non JTA DataSources. This is clearly wrong as the DataSource cannot simultaneously be enlisted in the Transaction and not enlisted. The comments also indicate a misunderstanding of the purpose of the non-jta-datasource, which absolutely is used with JTA EntityManagers (for things like sequence allocation and out of band optimisations). You really do need to have both and they do need to behave differently.

At a guess your DataSource is not enlisted with the transaction manager present in the system.  This usually happens by configuring a (otherwise invisible) DataSource wrapper There is nothing forcing you to make this happen (or checking that it does) hence your transactions would be broken. This is one of the several reasons I try to direct people to Transaction Control where the model actively pushes you toward transactions that actually work, rather than hiding all the magic behind an annotation.

Hopefully this gives you some clues as to what might be wrong.

Best Regards,

Tim

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On 16 May 2018, at 21:34, Jean-Baptiste Onofré <jb@nanthrax.net <mailto:jb@nanthrax.net>> wrote:

Are you sure about your code ? Flush looks weird to me and it seems you don't use container managed transaction.

Regards
JB

On 16/05/2018 21:08, Alex Soto wrote:
Yes, same result.  I even tried with Narayana Transaction Manager, and same result.
Best regards,
Alex soto
On May 16, 2018, at 2:56 PM, Jean-Baptiste Onofré <jb@nanthrax.net <mailto:jb@nanthrax.net><mailto:jb@nanthrax.net>> wrote:

Same behavior with RequiresNew ?

Regards
JB

On 16/05/2018 19:44, Alex Soto wrote:
With Karaf version 4.2.0, Rollback is not working with MariaDB and InnoDB tables.
I deployed these features (from Karaf’s enterprise  repository):
<feature>aries-blueprint</feature>
<feature>transaction</feature>
<feature>jndi</feature>
<feature>jdbc</feature>
<feature>jpa</feature>
<feature>pax-jdbc-mariadb</feature>
       <feature>pax-jdbc-config</feature>
<feature>pax-jdbc-pool-dbcp2</feature>
<feature>hibernate</feature>
My Data Source is configured in the file /org.ops4j.datasource-responder.cfg/
  osgi.jdbc.driver.name = mariadb
  dataSourceName=responder
  url
  = jdbc:mariadb://mariadb.local:3306/responder?characterEncoding=UTF-8&useServerPrepStmts=true&autocommit=false
  user=XXXX
  password=XXXX
  databaseName=responder
  #Pool Config
  pool=dbcp2
  xa=true
My persistence.xml:
  <persistence version="2.0" xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence"
       xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
       xsi:schemaLocation="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence
http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/persistence/persistence_2_0.xsd">
           <persistence-unit name="responderPersistenUnit" transaction-type="JTA">
               <provider>org.hibernate.jpa.HibernatePersistenceProvider</provider>
           <!-- Only used when transaction-type=JTA -->
               <jta-data-source>osgi:service/javax.sql.DataSource/(osgi.jndi.service.name=responder)</jta-data-source>
           <!-- Only used when transaction-type=RESOURCE_LOCAL -->
               <non-jta-data-source>osgi:service/javax.sql.DataSource/(osgi.jndi.service.name=responder)</non-jta-data-source>
           <properties>
                   <property name=“hibernate.dialect" value="org.hibernate.dialect.MySQL5Dialect" />
               <property name="hibernate.show_sql" value="true" />
               <property name="hibernate.format_sql" value="true" />
               <property name="hibernate.hbm2ddl.auto" value="none"/>
           </properties>
       </persistence-unit>
  </persistence>
My blueprint.xml:
  <blueprint xmlns="http://www.osgi.org/xmlns/blueprint/v1.0.0"
  xmlns:jpa="http://aries.apache.org/xmlns/jpa/v2.0.0"
  xmlns:tx="http://aries.apache.org/xmlns/transactions/v2.0.0"
  xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
  xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.osgi.org/xmlns/blueprint/v1.0.0
https://osgi.org/xmlns/blueprint/v1.0.0/blueprint.xsd">
  <jpa:enable />
  <tx:enable />
  <bean id="userService" class="org.data.impl.UserServiceImpl" />
  <service ref="userService" interface="org.data.UserService" />
  </blueprint>
For testing I throw exception in my DAO:
@Transactional(REQUIRED)
public void addUser(User user) {
em.persist(user);
em.flush();
throw new RuntimeException("On Purpose");
}
I expect the record not to be in the table due to rollback of the transaction, but it still shows up in my database table.
Best regards,
Alex soto