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Javax.Resource Exception

Posted on 2007-03-29
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I'm running a periodic task using the Resin application server.  

The task is supposed to query student data in one table and produce historical data in another table.

THe task is programmed to run every minute.

The first time the task runs I get a javax.resource.spi.workException:  Reentrant Work tasks are not allowed.
The subsequent times the task runs I get a javax.resource.ResourceException  Connection Pool is full.

My questions:
What is likely happening here?
What does the Reentrant task exception mean?   How can it be prevented?
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Question by:tmonteit
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by:Mayank S
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Sounds to me like you are not closing the connections properly so they are not getting released to the pool. Make sure you are closing the connections in a finally block everywhere.
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by:tmonteit
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What's a javax.resource.spi.WorkException?   What causes it?
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Mayank S earned 500 total points
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Can't find the class in the API. Are you using any 3rd party JARs?
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by:tmonteit
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It was a 3rd party jar...  
mayanyeagle provided the clue.
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