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rose deng
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In my project, i have a sessionbeanA, it has methodA(). In methodA(), i call classB's methodB(). In methodB(), I first call classC's methodC() and then classD's methodD(). In methodC() will call entitybeanE's methodE(); in methodD() will call entitybeanF's methodF(). methodE() will insert record to table1, and methodF() will insert record to table2.
What i want: when exception happen in classD's methodD(), inserted record in table1 will rollback.
What i do:
1. Transaction is container managed transaction.
2. Set transaction attribute for sessinbeanA,entitybeanE,entitybeanF as 'Required'.
3. Exception in methodD(), will be finally caught in sessionbeanA's methodA(). code in methodA() is as following:
bla bla
catch(AppException ex)
What i get: inserted record in table1 is still there, not rollback.
What's wrong?? Any correction is highly appreciated.
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