Also would not my }catch (SQLException e){ trap this error ?






Re: Locking of record using SQL in JAVA Websphere application


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Sorry to ask but have you an example of code that checks if setTransaction
did not fail.

Have looked on the web but cannot see an example of this being done.

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... the important point would be to ensure, that setTransaction did not
fail.
serializable works with table locks for db2/400. but read commited or
repeatable read should be sufficient.

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