1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 20, 2004 8:59 PM by Adrian Brock

    Why startTx & commit if MDB transaction=NotSupported?

    Justin Haddad Newbie

      I'm looking at my MDB performance using a cpu profiler. I see quite a few calls being made pertaining to transactions (e.g. SpyXAResource.Manager.startTx, SpyXAResource.commit, etc.).

      I'm confused because my MDB is deployed to be non-transactional.

      These invocations don't take up a whole lot of cpu, but I'm trying to trim off every unnecessary tick possible, as my CPU is pinned at 100%.

      Thanks.