What Motivates You to Participate Here in the PSC?
Reply posted on October 6, 2010 by SAHADEVS
Ajit, One option you can try is to use a stored procedures that does al l your database operations.You can do the commit or rollback inside your stored procedure if any one of your operations fails. Invoke your stored procedure from a connect-sql.
Reply posted on September 22, 2010 by ASHWIN16NOV
quote: Originally posted by SAHADEVS There is a utility called the ResaverServlet is used to populate exposed columns from the BLOB. Here is the link for additional information- http://pdn.pega.com/DevNet/PRPCv5/KB/23181.asp-->Is there a way to find...
Reply posted on August 25, 2010 by ChiranjeeviMajeti
We can map any new/existing class of PRPC to external table as below 1) Create Data-Admin-DB-Name instance 2) Under the class(to which external table needs to be mapped) create a Data-Admin-DB-Table instance.
Reply posted on August 25, 2010 by RAJNAYAK
I am interested in this topic as I am an offshore developer and here the response time is very slow. On top of that the development using IE is painful, it crashes frequently, taking away all unsaved data. During save I frequently get IE error and then...
Reply posted on August 20, 2010 by robert.dunie
Depending on your deployment, your application container (WebSphere, etc) may be able to provide this information. Rob Dunie quote: Originally posted by AMEERHUS Thanks for the reply!! The App server team has increased the size from 10 to 30 and they...
Reply posted on July 7, 2010 by AMMARMITA
Thanks Robert that's really a big help, we're now looking into indexes and locktimeout value which actually set to 15 s., not sure if we need to adjust it into 30 s.(standard value for locktimeout as I remember) maybe I need to ask the DBA&...