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From David Blevins <david.blev...@visi.com>
Subject Re: OpenEJB Support For Stateless Session Beans
Date Wed, 01 Nov 2006 18:31:28 GMT

On Oct 31, 2006, at 11:16 PM, Thej wrote:

>
> Dear David,
>
>         Ok i have identified the issue. in the ejb-jar.xml i was not
> putting in the assembly-descriptor part and hence the transaction
> policy comming was not supported. Thanx for the help.

Great.  Though I think our default tx policy is 'supports'.

>
>        One More thing. If from one ejb call inside the ejb method  
> if we
> are looking up another ejb and calling a method of it then the
> second ejb method will commit the transaction and then comming back
> to first call will throw exception as transaction not active.
>
>     i am putting the steps below.
>
>     1)   Lookup Ejbclass1
>     2) transactionPolicy.beforeInvoke will begin transaction
>     3) call  Ejbclass1.mehtod1()
>     4) lookup Ejbclass2
>     5) transactionPolicy.beforeInvoke will remain in the transaction
>     6) call  Ejbclass2.mehtod2()
>     7) transactionPolicy.afterInvoke will commit transaction
>     8) comes bak to Ejbclass1.method1()
>     9) transactionPolicy.afterInvoke will try to commit transaction  
> but
> will not find a transaction

This shouldn't happen ever.  I assume you're using 'required' as your  
tx attributes for both beans?  Confirm that and I'll dig into the  
code and see what's going on.


-David


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