I was about to suggest the same, the latest builds of MySQL have theese
functions from what I knew... I think youll find what you need there.

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"John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Peter Westergaard wrote:
>
> > I'm developing a site where I anticipate the need to make several
updates to
> > several forms, and I'll want to "commit" them all at once (i.e. if
there's a
> > failure with any of the transactions, I'd like to be able to back out to
> > before I started).
> >
> > Is there a decent way to do this with PHP and Mysql?
>
> Use InnoDB tables which have transaction support.
>
> Or use a database abstraction layer that simulates transactions such as
> ADOdb: http://phplens.com/adodb/tutorial.smart.transactions.html
>
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