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Re: JDBC-LDAP-Bridge and J2EE
You bring up a very interesting point on transactions. I have thought
about setting a flag of wether or not an exception should be thrown.
I'm not really sure how well the bridge will work within J2EE only
because there is no database level metadata to retrieve. I haven't had
any experience with J2EE and the bridge though.
On Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 02:00 PM, <email@example.com>
I'm new to this forum and also new to LDAP, however, I have to access
any v2 and v3 LDAP Server from within my J2EE Application.
Since I also access SQL databases I would prefere access via JDBC. So
I found here the JDBC-LDAP-Bridge.
Unfortunatly, the EJB-Container calls "setAutoCommit(true)" to the
JDBC connection. Since LDAP does not support transactions the
JDBC-LDAP-Bridge throws the proper SQLException.
So my question is: does anybody have experience with this?
Thanks in advance