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Getting transaction connection

Getting transaction connection

Getting transaction connection

(OP)
I have an application that needs to update thousands of
records. If I update the records within a while loop calling
setAttribute method of each row will take too much time.
I found a solution, use the executeMethod of oracle.jbo.Transaction. The problems is I can't pass paremeters to the statement, for example if one of the attributes requires an input stream to be updated. Now, I can cast the transaction to a oracle.jbo.DBTransactionImpl and get a connection using the method getPersistendManagerConnection and create a prepared statment, but this connection is not the one use by the transaction. Does anybody know how to get the transaction's connection or how to solve this problem? Note I have modified the parameters for tuning (including update batch)

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RE: Getting transaction connection

(OP)
I already found a way to do it, using the methods <code> createStatement </code> and <code> createPreparedStatement </code> in the class <code> oracle.jbo.server.DBTransactionImpl </code>


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