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EJB CMP Commiting problem  RSS feed

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Hii all,
I am using ejbs ,i am facing a problem....i called ejbcreate and after that i an executing a query which will get the values which i created earlier but i am not getting results correctly...what i understood is commit is not happening,is there any procedure to explicitly commit ejb operatins and then get the results after that.Actually our design pattern is a stateless session bean calls a service class which calls ejbs creates and so on...the actual commit is done in stateless session bean but im trying to create and execute query in service class before commit is happened.can any one solve my problem.
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I m not able to understand that why you are executing query to reteive the value which u have created earlier,
When you insert new record using CMP/BMP by calling ejbCreate(), it return the Component object using that object u can reterive all values
And i tell u why are not getting the result properly,
See application server actually insert/save record into database when the underlying transcation is being commited.
its helps application server when any transcation is roll back
if doesn't solve ur problem then i will suggest u use BMT
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