I am having a problem where I have application A running in a JVM (no application server) and have application B running in a JVM (no application server). Application A selects from table Y every 10 seconds checking for new rows. Application B places records into table Y. Application A never picks up the new rows. If I start and stop Application A then he picks up the new rows. I have tried turning off first and second level query caching as well as turning of caching all together. I should also mention that I am using Hibernate as my implementation of JPA. I am not using a hibernate cfg but I am using a Persistence.xml. I am running under JDK 1.6. Any help is much appreciated.
Server version: 5.0.66sp1-enterprise-gpl-log MySQL Enterprise Server (GPL)
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It is a bug. If application A or application B are running under a application server(jboss). The above scenario works fine.
Okay, do you have a valid test case that can help us to identify this "bug"?
you know, from the junit.java attached, i can't see any helpful info
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