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Re-2: JDBC-LDAP-Bridge and J2EE
somthing like configuring the bridge seams to be a practical way.
Since I only need reading access to the LDAP server transaction support is not realy necessary.
I also will contact the developers of JOnAS (J2EE container) for this.
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Subject: Re: JDBC-LDAP-Bridge and J2EE (02-Okt-2003 16:48)
> 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>
> > Hi,
> > 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
> > Oliver