Bogdan Stancescu wrote:
On 24-Apr-09 03:45, Chris wrote:
I don't think mysql has any way of finding that out. If you're using an
abstraction layer, it's easy enough in code - though rollback's are a
little harder - should they do a complete rollback or just to a savepoint?
Thank you for taking the time to sketch that mock-up -- yes, we were
also thinking about something similar as a last resort, but I just can't
believe you can't simply ask MySQL whether it's going to autocommit the
next query or not...
How can it know? What if a bad query comes through or a null value where
there shouldn't be or a bad integer value or ...
They are all situations where a transaction will be rolled back.
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