I would recommend switching to the oci_* functions. More reliable.

Bye, John

Berlina <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi to everybody,
> first sorry for my poor english.
> im trying to use persistents connections to an Oracle Database through
> for manageing transactions, and have some problems.
> My Schema:
> * Web Server: Apache 1.3.20 on a Linux RedHat 7.0
> * PHP: 4.0.6 compiled with oracle module functions (ora_*)
> * Data Base: Oracle 8.0.5 on a Windows NT Server
> I need to manage transactions to database. For it i made a test pages like
> this:
> 1 index paga that generate some frames and open a persistent connection to
> the database
> 1 frame that made an insert to one table of the database
> 1 frame that made an insert to another table of the same databese
> 1 frame with 2 buttons, one for execute a Commit and another for execture
> Rollback
> Some times works well, but other times not work correctly...
> What im doing wrong?
> Can somebody help me?
> Avanced thanks

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