Weblogic integration

Posted on 2006-05-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-10
I have created a jpd where I need to get data from one database and insert into another database.

To get the data from the database, I used RDBMS event generator. I am able to get the data successfully and write the data to the console using 'System.out' statements.

In the next step, I created a database control in my project and included the insert method from the control in the jpd. This method is supposed to insert a row in the database. But the row is not being inserted successfully. I am not getting any error messages in the console either.

I just want to know whether the steps I have followed are correct?

Question by:expertsit
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    your steps seem to be correct.

    You can trace the database control by setting the "category-name" attribute (under log in the property editor) on your database control (design view)


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