Posted: 10 Aug 2015 4:29 EDT Last activity: 12 Aug 2015 7:45 EDT
pyCommitError while saving a workobject
I receive an error messge "There was a problem saving an instance of class : Error Code: SQL State: Message:" whenever we try to commit a workobject. On running the tracer we see that the Step "Commit" in the activity "CommitWithErrorHandling" is failing. Any reasons for this? This has worked without any issues previously
Just a thought: Do you have locking enabled for the class of these instances. If so, are you doing proper lock handling while you save this. Please let me know if this works, otherwise can you please share a screen shot and the error message.
The lock handling is configured properly. The error message does not give any indication on what the error message might be: "There was a problem saving an instance of class : Error Code: SQL State: Message:". Will try and attach a screenshot in sometime.
Even the the tracer does not give any indiacation as to why the commit is failing. Any place from where i can get this information?
1. You have opened a work object and trying to attach something and committing it. Right? If you are doing so, you should not explicitly commit the work object because when you do so, it will generate a new transaction ID and you will not be able to save it.
2. If the above scenario is not the case, find out how much free space you have in this schema.
If you are getting transaction ID mismatches, you should be seeing that in the logs. The fact that the commit fails due to a database error tells me that something in the transaction is bad, but the DB can't error on it until the commit. You may want to know what's on the deferred list. DB2 doesn't like something there. There might be some logging/tracing that you can do on the database side that would be helpful, since knowing exactly which piece of the transaction that you are trying to commit it's failing on will help you focus in on how to fix it.