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  • Transaction must be running. ACL_ENTRY deleted.

    Here is what happened:
    I have all ACL tables in place.
    I have one record in acl_sid table which is the admin.
    admin has administrative access to all object in acl_entry table. (mask = 16)
    I try assign a permission to new user 'user1'.
    Then the system prompt: "...: Transaction must be running."
    I checked my code and I already have @Transaction on.
    I checked the database, it create a new record in acl_sid table with sid = 'user1'.
    But what surprise me is it it deleted the record in acl_entry for admin for the object. Now admin cannot access the object anymore.
    Is this normal? Or I should not do it this way?

    I tried adding a record for 'user1' into acl_sid and assign the permission again. This time all went well with no problem.


    Code:
            MutableAcl acl;
            ObjectIdentity oid = new ObjectIdentityImpl(Project.class, project.getId());
    
            try {
                acl = (MutableAcl) mutableAclService.readAclById(oid);
            } catch (NotFoundException nfe) {
                acl = mutableAclService.createAcl(oid);
            }
            acl.insertAce(acl.getEntries().size(), permission, recipient, true);
            mutableAclService.updateAcl(acl);
    Transaction must be running.

  • #2
    What do you have @Transaction annotated on? Are you sure that transactions are working (you should be able to set a breakpoint in the relevant ACL method(s) and see the transaction interceptor in the stack trace, assuming you are using Spring transaction suppport).

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    • #3
      Yes. I am using Spring transaction support. I'll put a breakpoint and see what happened.
      Code:
      	<bean id="transactionManager"
      		class="org.springframework.orm.hibernate3.HibernateTransactionManager">
      		<property name="sessionFactory" ref="sessionFactory" />
      	</bean>

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      • #4
        Hi tcong,

        do you solved your problem? If yes a quick solution would be great!

        Regards

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