you have to do something like this:

mysql_query('SET AUTOCOMMIT=0');
mysql_query('COMMIT'); or mysql_query('ROLLBACK');
mysql_query('SET AUTOCOMMIT=1');


Steve Bradwell schrieb:
> Hi all,
> I have just figured out and set up my Innodb on my mysql server so I can use
> transactions Begin, commit, rollback. I'm now looking for examples on how to
> do this with php. I hit the php site and the best I could find was
> fbsql_commit etc... is this what I'm looking for? There's no documentation
> yet. I'm using php4 with mysql 3.23.49-max, and my tables are Innodb.
> I appologize if my lingo is somewhat confusing or just wrong but I'm pretty
> new to this stuff.
> Any input or examples would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Steve.

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