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Lock DB /Disable Update when Updating data in DB from JDBC receiver

Hi Experts,

I have a requirement where the database is being used by more than one application on the legacy side,

So If I have to update the data from SAP thru SAP PI JDBC adapter into the same database.. is there any way can lock the db or any other method hich will not allow addition to the table at the same instant?

And allow the update on the DB from the legacy side once the JDBC rcvr adapter has completed the task of updatign the data?

pls share your thoughts..



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    Posted on Jul 05, 2012 at 08:34 AM


    can you use the isolation level setting in JDBC adapter ?

    or do you need anything else ?

    more on isolation levels:


    Michal Krawczyk

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      Hello Christian,

      These are staging tables...

      The scenario is as follows :

      SAP data flows to Legacy DB, this DB is used by the hoe grown front end ...

      If the front end operation delivers a call to the DB for the particular data whilst sap is updating the data in the DB in the absence of a lock ther emight be a display of incorrect data..

      instead what we plan to do is give an error on the front end stating a lock and then a retry after a few seconds would successfully retreive the updated data from SAP ...

      Would you suggest any work around for this?



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