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tpabort() Fails With tperrno=0 But xa_rollback() Returns XAER_NOTA (Doc ID 1530058.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 13, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 The client linked RM library, it calls just one RM which is linked itself, and the xa library will call in the process. If the client(e.g. proc.6470 below) calls tpabort(),
xa_rollback() will be called internally and if it fails by XAER_NOTA (i.e. -4, xid not valid) tpabort() fails, with -1, but tperrno is zero.

Here is the relevant ULOG section with TMTRACE turned on:

152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: 02-18-2013: Tuxedo Version, 32-bit
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  { tpinit({"", "<usrname>", "<passwd>", "GRP1", 0x0, 8})
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  } tpinit = 1
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  { tpopen()
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:xa:    { xa_open(0x2b61c, 0, 0x0)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:xa:    } xa_open = 0
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  } tpopen = 1
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  { tpbegin(30, 0x0)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    { xa_start(0x2b61c, 0, 0x0)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    } xa_start = 0
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:at:  } tpbegin = 1
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:at:  { tpabort(0x0)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid<GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    { xa_end(0x2b61c, 0, 0x20000000)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    } xa_end = 100
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    { xa_rollback(0x2b61c, 0, 0x0)
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: gtrid <GTRID>:   TRACE:xa:    } xa_rollback = -4
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  } tpabort = -1
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  { tpterm()
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.0: TRACE:at:  } tpterm = 1
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.-2: TRACE:at:  { tpterm()
152026.<HOSTNAME>!?proc.xxxx.1.-2: TRACE:at:  } tpterm = 1




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