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Balasubramaniam Arumugam
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Hi I am using weblogic server 6.1 sp4 with oracle 8.1.7.
I am getting following problem. When will it happen. What would be the maximum timeout. Will it affect any performance of server.
[wlrun] javax.ejb.EJBException: Transaction Rolledback.
[wlrun] - with nested exception:
[wlrun] [weblogic.transaction.internal.TimedOutException: Transaction timed out after 33 seconds
[wlrun] Name=[EJB com.ncs.kess.ncs4school.framework.admin.ejb.user.UserManagerEJB.getCommonParentOrganizationIdForUser(java.lang.Integer)],Xid=9035:a5f28f04bd9337e1(2657297),Status=Active,numRepliesOwedMe=0,numRepliesOwedOthers=0,seconds since begin=33,seconds left=30,ServerResourceInfo[portalXAPool]=(state=started,assigned=none),SCInfo[portalDomain+portalServer]=(state=active),properties=({weblogic.transaction.name=[EJB
 
Maximilian Trenks
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i am interested in your error too.
in case you are using entity beans, what concurrency strategy are you using ?
maybe you use exclusive lock mechanisms and another client is working with table and thus it is locked .... but 33 secs is quite a huge number.
please specify what your application consists of and what it is doing, so maybe i can help you figure out what happens.
 
Simon Brown
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We had loads of problems like this on a system that I worked on. Turns out that we had the transaction boundaries all wrong, and we also optimized some dumb code that was doing inserts. I would take a look at how you are using transactions and the code that is responsible for performing the work.
HTH
Simon
 
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