It doesn't look to see if there are any, that'd be hard. It just does a
rollback to be safe. It shouldn't hurt anything if you aren't using
On Tue, 8 Oct 2002, Samantha Savvakis wrote:
> I noticed one of the fixes/changes to PHP 4.2.3 is the following:
> - Made MySQL rollback open transactions when the request ends.
> The reason why I looked into the changes is because I noticed the SQL
> Command "ROLLBACK" being submitted to my database server after the database
> handles were closed in PHP or exited.
> My problem is - I have not opened a transaction and I don't have
> transactions enabled for the MySQL database that I've got. I'm still on
> MyISAM tables, not InnoDB tables.
> How is it that PHP 4.2.3 is finding an open transaction when I'm not using
> transactions? Is this going to cause a problem?
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