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Can anyone explain this .... I am testing for a failure condition in a web application using hibernate and DB2 iseries as the database. The test involves ending the journal on a table testing the app to catch errors and then journalling the table and running tests for success conditions.

All transactions are PROPAGATION_REQUIRES_NEW (Spring transaction proxy). However, after I start journalling the tables the error condition still persists i.e. I get a SQL exception error 7008 (describing that the table is not ready). The journalled status of the table is recognized only after I restart the application server.

I am using the server based connection pooling.
 
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