No, I know how manage the functions .... I said for exemple :

If I need insert or delete data in two tables, and one of them returns
error, the data stay inconsistent. I know that languages like Oracle have
sentences ROLLBACK, but I work in Mysql and I think this not works very

A acuse of it, I ask me if PHP can control this for a group of sentences, in
other situations, like add un global array element, or similar. If the
function starts, modify this global variable, and after returns error, it's
necessary rollback the actions made.

You understand now ??

Thank you a lot.


----- Original Message -----
From: Jorge Santos <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 2:17 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Join Sentences

> Hi  Gaby,
> Your best bet is to probably place the statements you want into a
> Then, when the function is called if any one statement fails you simply
> return from the function with an error code.
> Hope this answer helps you...
> --------------------------
> (No Espanol mas Portugues)
> O melhor a fazer e para por as declaracoes numa funcao. Depois quando
> a funcao, se alguma declaracao erra, regresse da funcao com um codico
> proprio.
> Espero que esta resposta lhe pode ajudar.
> Later,
> Jorge
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gaby <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 7:59 AM
> Subject: [PHP-DB] Join Sentences
> Hi,
> ( Excuse me for my english )
> I wish execute in PHP some consecutives sentences , but if one of them
> returns un error, the program must'n execute anyone. I need one set of
> sentences that executes the code like one.
> I don't know if I explain ... Thanks a lot.
> ---
> Por si acaso alguien me entiende mejor en español :
> Lo que me gustaria es ejecutar un grupo de sentencias como si fueran solo
> una

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