Although weblogic.datasource.endLocalTxOnNonXAConWithCommit is True, a Non-XA Connection is Not Committed After Closing the Connection
(Doc ID 2129810.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 188.8.131.52.0 to 184.108.40.206.0 [Release 12c]
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From WebLogic (WLS) 12.1.2, weblogic.datasource.endLocalTxOnNonXAConWithCommit is added as system property.
If application does not complete (commit or rollback) the local transaction before closing the non-XA connection, it expects that the connection will be committed when the property is true (default value is true).
Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administering JDBC Data Sources for Oracle WebLogic Server
Chapter 9 - JDBC Data Source Transaction Options
Local Transaction Completion when Closing a Connection
However, if a non-XA connection has been used in global transaction once, the connection is not committed after closing connection without commit/rollback.
Therefore, if the application does not call commit or rollback explicitly for the connection, it remains non-resolved transaction or the connection will be committed/rolled back on the unexpected timing.
In summary, this issue occurs under the following conditions:
- weblogic.datasource.endLocalTxOnNonXAConWithCommit is true (default is true).
- setAutoCommit is false.
- Application does not complete (commit/rollback) the local transaction before closing the non-XA connection.
- The Non-XA connection has been used in global transaction before used in local transaction. (It means that it has been used as JTSConnection).
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