Not a version issue.
An entitymanager should not get transaction by itself. Transaction in
a modern java appserver should be XA or JTA transaciton.
An entitymanager will detect if there is a JTA transaction existing
and will join it if there is an open one.
You need to use an injected UserTransaction instance to do the
transaction stuff and leave the entitymanager do db stuff and the
entitymanager will participate in the transaction.
2010/3/29 Stargazer <starga...@blueyonder.co.uk>
> On 27-Mar-2010 01:10, Stargazer wrote:
> > Resin 4.0.5 - following http://wiki.caucho.com/Hibernate works fine, but
> > I'd like to take it to the next level and persist something.
> > Adding
> > EntityTransaction tx = _manager.getTransaction();
> > tx.begin();
> > ...
> > to the end of the CourseServlet.java file throws up
> > java.lang.IllegalStateException: Container-manager @PersistenceContext
> > may not use getTransaction.
> > What have I missed please?
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> Could anyone tell me if this worked in an earlier vrsion of resin please?
> Its the first time I've tried hibernate with resin, and I can't tell if
> its something I'm doing (or not doing!) here or related to an issue in
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