On 2016-08-31 06:10:31 +0200, Joel Jacobson wrote:
> This is important if you as a caller function want to be sure none of
> the work made by anything called down the stack gets committed.
> That is, if you as a caller decide to rollback, e.g. by raising an
> exception, and you want to be sure *everything* gets rollbacked,
> including all work by functions you've called.

> If the caller can't control this, then the author of the caller
> function would need to inspect the source code of all function being
> called, to be sure there are no code using autonomous transactions.

I'm not convinced this makes much sense. All FDWs, dblink etc. already
allow you do stuff outside of a transaction.


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