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How to alter "Bean managed transaction" to "Requires Transaction" bypassing the wizard?

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-16 16:15:05.0Z
Victor Rasputnis Posted on 2000-02-16 16:01:50.0Z
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From: "Victor Rasputnis" <VictorRasputnis@toast.net>
Subject: How to alter "Bean managed transaction" to "Requires Transaction" bypassing the wizard?
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Hello everyone.

Having a temporary setback with PowerJ I cannot implement Bean Managed
Transaction.
(see thread "getuserTransaction() problem...")

Fortunately, in my case the transaction/commit/rollback is within a method,
so I
can get away with, say, "Requires transaction".

But here is the thing: I have already everything in PowerJ.
Somewhere in *.wxc, *.wxf files is the metadata for DeploymentDescriptor, I
guess.
Not that I mind editing it. (I spent 6 years editing PowerBuilder exports,
after all.)
Yet I wonder, what is the most efficient way to do it?

Thanks in advance,
Victor


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-16 16:06:51.0Z
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In the Workspace view, click on the target. In the right pane switch to the
deployment tab. You can then change the Tx settings.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division

p.s. Did you open a case on the BEAN_MANAGED issue?

Victor Rasputnis <VictorRasputnis@toast.net> wrote in message
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> Hello everyone.
>
> Having a temporary setback with PowerJ I cannot implement Bean Managed
> Transaction.
> (see thread "getuserTransaction() problem...")
>
> Fortunately, in my case the transaction/commit/rollback is within a
method,
> so I
> can get away with, say, "Requires transaction".
>
> But here is the thing: I have already everything in PowerJ.
> Somewhere in *.wxc, *.wxf files is the metadata for DeploymentDescriptor,
I
> guess.
> Not that I mind editing it. (I spent 6 years editing PowerBuilder exports,
> after all.)
> Yet I wonder, what is the most efficient way to do it?
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Victor
>
>


Victor Rasputnis Posted on 2000-02-16 16:15:05.0Z
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From: "Victor Rasputnis" <VictorRasputnis@toast.net>
Subject: Re: How to alter "Bean managed transaction" to "Requires Transaction" bypassing the wizard?
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Yes, Dave.
The number is 41061891, although I did not speak with Sybase support
engineer
yet.

Thanks a lot.
Victor