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WebLogic 7.0 and Entity Beans

WebLogic 7.0 and Entity Beans

WebLogic 7.0 and Entity Beans

Is there a setting in WebLogic 7.0 that will cause database updates to be written to the buffer pool before the transaction is committed so that other threads/transactions can do a dirty/uncommitted read of the uncommitted data?  The system basics are Java/WebLogic front end, connecting to a legacy mainframe that houses a DB2 database.  The problem is that the front end updates a table before starting a CICS transaction on the mainframe.  Once inside the transaction in CICS a COBOL program tries to do an uncommitted read of that table and gets a row not found.  At the end of the web transaction a tx.commit is executed and then the data can be read by any application.  If anyone has any ideas that would be great.

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