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setAutoCommit problem.. urgent..please help

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hi experts,
i wish to know how can close a cloned transaction?

just tak a look at my code then you will understand better

import java.sql.*;
class TestDB
  public static void main(String args[])
  Connection conn
    DbManager dbManager = new DbManager();
    String strSql = "Select * From tblReportGroup";
    Statement stmtThis = conn.createStatement();
    //Create a statement to execute query
    ResultSet rsThis = stmtThis.executeQuery(strSql); ;

    while (
     String rptGrpId = rsThis.getString(1);
     String rptGrpDesc = rsThis.getString(2);

     strSql = " Select * From tblReportAssign Where fldReportGrpID = '" + rptGrpId + "'" +
     " Order By fldSeq";    
     Statement stmtThis = conn.createStatement();
    //Create another statement to execute another query

     ResultSet rsThis2 = stmtThis.executeQuery(strSql); ;

     while (
       String rptId = rs.getString(3);
  when i try to setAutoCommit(false), i get this error
  [Error] - [Microsoft][SQLServer 2000 Driver for JDBC]  Can't start manual transaction mode because there are cloned connections.
I know this is because i have 2 statement is running.. how can close the statement??
  //I will do something here...
catch(Exception e)
  System.out.println("[Error] - " + e.getMessage());

can someone please explain to me how does transaction work in Java? As i know, when we setAutoCommit(false), we can only have one Statement running..therefore when it really happen that i need to have 2 Statement object running at the same time, what should i do..

please guide..

thanks a lot..:)

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