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Hi,

I am facing a problem with using SessionContext's setRollbackOnly method.
I am having 3 EJB's(Suppose A,B,C) in which A calls a method in B and this method calls a method in C.
I perform a database operation, where it waits for a lock and finally database transaction times out and finally the exception is passed back to A.
And finally in A, i call the setRollbackOnly method, where it throws the java.lang.IllegalStateException saying 'Cannot mark the transaction for rollback'.

All the three beans are container managed and i have a transaction attribute 'Required' set in the descriptor file.

Can some one help me out with this.

Regards,
Dilip
 
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When the transaction times out, there is nothing to rollback. Usually, 30 seconds is plenty of time for a transaction to complete (this is the default transaction timeout for some EJB servers). If it taking longer, you need to find out why.
 
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The problem is solved but
I have this EJB as a webservice which and when the Transaction is Timed out in the EJB, the same exception is being thrown at the soap client as response.
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