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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.

Regards
Kiran Nair

Apr 30 '06 #2
Well
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
Manager!!

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
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...lp/apihelp.htm

For V8..we use DKSTOREICM
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...astoreICM.html

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

You can find CM forum in
http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/cmarchitect/forum

Regards
Kiran Nair

May 2 '06 #4

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