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MTS Multistep call

MTS Multistep call

MTS Multistep call

I have a list of three object method calls from ASP page that I want to all succeed or all fail. Is this possible like the following

if something then
end if

If any one of these fails I want them all to fail...

RE: MTS Multistep call

make sure you have the COM+ service type library loaded
in each meathod if you get a error then do
err.raise .....

then in your calling routine just handle the error

on your last method if a error didn't happen call


Make sure the object is set to requires a newtransaction or requires a transaction.

Better design would be to creat 1 method in your object and call it and have it call the 3 methods internally.  This will speed things up a bit.

When using MTS objects should be made to be stateless.  Ie objects should not have to keep state information from one call to the next (from the client) but should be passed, via parameters, all the information they need.

RE: MTS Multistep call

I have set up an ASP page to handle the transaction. I have added the @transaction=required  tag to the top of the page. The page works wonderfully on our test machine(win2000) but hangs for about two minutes and gives me a generic MTS error on our production machine(win2000) Any Idea what the hanging could be.


RE: MTS Multistep call

At what point is the production machine hanging?

Are your components installed on the IIS server?  On both machines?

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