[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: Action not executing in timer
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Mon Oct 13 03:51:41 EDT 2008
anonymous wrote : If you are saying that I have to manually close a context in order to flush/commit, I would say that's a very bad design. Sure, while I am in my unit test I have the option of calling context.close(), a longer running process with various wait states does not have that luxury. It has to be handled internally by the engine in these cases.
The context is *always* closed by yourself. In a longer running process, the wait state will return the thread of control to the caller, which means that you can close the context if needed.
This is not a bad design. The Hibernate session mechanism works exactly the same way.
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