1 Reply Latest reply on May 20, 2009 8:08 PM by Vlad Ionescu

    Remote Persistence Seam

    Vlad Ionescu Newbie

      Hi.


      I have a button in a .xhtml file which calls a javascript function which calls a java function remotely (in jboss seam environment). That java function has an entityManager.persist(object). Do you know why this line of code doesn't commit to the DB? It says something that a transaction hasn't started. I supose in a remote context i don't have a transaction began because if i put an action on that button which calls the same java function instead of using javascript is above, it works fine; entityManager persists the object and i can see it in the DB.


      Does anyone has any ideas how could i make to actually persist the object using javascript to call the java function? (i have to use javascript because i need the callback function in order to give the client a message like The user has been saved or something like this).


      The entityManager is declared like this: @In EntityManager entityManager.


        • 1. Re: Remote Persistence Seam
          Vlad Ionescu Newbie

          Vlad Ionescu wrote on May 20, 2009 20:07:


          Hi.

          I have a button in a .xhtml file which calls a javascript function which calls a java function remotely (in jboss seam environment). That java function has an entityManager.persist(object). Do you know why this line of code doesn't commit to the DB? It says something that a transaction hasn't started. I supose in a remote context i don't have a transaction began because if i put an action on that button which calls the same java function instead of using javascript intermediar function above, it works fine; entityManager persists the object and i can see it in the DB.

          Does anyone has any ideas how could i make to actually persist the object using javascript to call the java function? (i have to use javascript because i need the callback function in order to give the client a message like The user has been saved or something like this).

          The entityManager is declared like this: @In EntityManager entityManager.




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