Execute stored procedures
I have some Java code which creates 2 connections to the database. Each connection begin a transaction and executes a stored procedure.
Is there a way to monitor each transaction so that only if both executions of the stored procedures were successful then commit both transactions ?
If any of the stored procedure executions were unsuccessful (or there was any database error), then rollback both transactions.
Any ideas please ?
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