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DB2 Content Manager: Is it J2EE Compliant?

Greetings All
I have a question about IBM DB2 Content Manager. Is it J2EE Compliant?
Does it Support Two Phase Commit?

Many Thanks

Apr 30 '06 #1
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I am not sure what do you mean by J2EE complaint ..is it JSR 170 ? (as
none of content mananagement standrards are yet J2ee ) . Db2 content
manger stores the library information ( the meta date in DB2 / Oracle
which is 2 phase commit enable) ... Db2 content manger provides
...powerful API .in both Java and C++ .lots of flexibily provided for
end user for implementing their application.

Kiran Nair

Apr 30 '06 #2
I Have a J2EE Application on WebSphere App Server. This application
uses DB2 Content Manager in order to store documents.

As part of the design of the Application, if a transaction fails, then
transaction starts roll back (This is part of J2EE standards support of
two phase commit).

The thing is I don't know how can roll back be initiated on DB2 Content

May 1 '06 #3
The existing API of CM are J2EE complaint. (Infact it will be moving to
Open Standards in this called JSR170 ).
I am not sure which API you are using to connect to ..
Check out

For V8..we use DKSTOREICM

Do see the rollback method in the same.
This group we discuss about DB2 Database.

You can find CM forum in

Kiran Nair

May 2 '06 #4

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