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Posted on 2003-11-27
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We're using MS SQL Server with Tomcat and Java (MS JDBC driver) and the nestlevel in called stored procedures is 2 higher than when making the same calls not thru tomcat.

any ideas?
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I would suggest running SQL Server profiler  to capture the SQL Statements being executed.  This way, you can see what the 2extra levels are.
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I haven't forgotten about this. The DBA is currently overseas, when he gets back we'll see what profiler can tell us.
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Sounds good!
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he still hasn't returned yet so i'll close this and ask for more info if needed when he returns.

Thanks :)
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