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How is transaction Timeout is calculated?

 
Balaji Munuswamy
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Hi,

We are running out of problem, we are using stateless session bean deployed in Weblogic 7.0. It contains a method which will create an entry in LDAP and insert more then 10 records in the DataBase. we configured the transaction time out in the server as 60 sec, but the method is taking more then 2min to completed the execution. Still I am not getting the transaction timeout error.

Can anyone tell me why I am not getting transaction timeout error? How Weblogic will calculate the transaction time?

Thanks in advance,

Balaji.M
 
prem karun gopal
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First thing you need to check is to verify whether that
method has a transaction attribute specified or not.
If thats also true check the database settings.
 
Balaji Munuswamy
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Yes Prem. Transaction attribute alredy specfied for the bean.

what i need to check in Database?
whatever is the database setting, EJB transation should work, rt?

Thanks,
Balaji.M
 
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