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Thread: DConnector via BSSV connections to E1 and roll backs

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    DConnector via BSSV connections to E1 and roll backs

    Hi folks,

    I posted this on the developers section but I am wondering if it's more technical.

    BSSV connections to E1 using DConnector to bundle SQL requests updates/inserts.

    https://www.jdelist.com/vb4/showthre...and-roll-backs

    Please have a look and let me know your thoughts/info.

    Thanks

    John
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    For anyone else reading this in the future, it's E1 BSSVs default connection method of MANUAL Commit.
    It seems to switch off the BSFNs control and pass it back to the BSSV.

    You can switch this off by doing this in your JP manager class
    // BEGIN: John Danter 09/10/2017 MPRJ0082.57.04C MPO PACK BSSV Commit mode AUTO
    // SR 3-15860622211 : BSSV DConnector rolling back SOME not ALL DB updates/inserts when error detected

    // context = startPublishedMethod(context, "GetGTSWOCompletions", vo);
    context = startPublishedMethod(context, "GetGTSWOCompletions", vo, IConnection.AUTO );
    // John Danter - and add this to change connection
    connection = context.getNewConnection(IConnection.AUTO);
    // END: John Danter 09/10/2017 MPRJ0082.57.04C MPO PACK BSSV Commit mode AUTO
    John Danter
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