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When there are in-doubt txs in the tranlog and partnerlogs when we undeploy an ear with a BPM resource adapter in it, there is no step done to clear the entries in the tranlog and partnerlog. Over time as we deploy new versions of our BPM application, we end up with a large number of unrecoverable in-doubt tx from our DB2 resource adapter. The in-doubt tx then cause a lot of noise in the BPM SystemOut.log. Currently these in-doubt tx can only be cleaned up manually. We request a functional enhancement for a way to have "unrecoverable" txs be removed from the tranlog and partnerlog files.
Ideally, this would be accomplished by a flag on the transaction service that says to remove or rollback any "unrecoverable" tx during startup. Our understanding is that L3 should be able to determine what is unrecoverable based on errors logged.
Alternatively, there could be a wsadmin command to purge txs for a resource. With the wsadmin command, we could incorporate the call into our automated deployment process. The wsadmin command could trigger the transaction service to locate any tx referencing the resource by its jndiName.
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