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Charlie Clark schrieb:
> Am 10.01.2007, 13:16 Uhr, schrieb robert rottermann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> 
>> thanks charlie,
>> so that means, that the _commit and _abort methods are only for zope's
>> transaction controll.
> 
> Yes, and with good reason.
> 
>> do you have a suggestion how then to start/commit a transaction from
>> within a ZSQL method (or ZMySQLdb)
> 
> Well, if you check last week's archives, you'll notice a very similar
> question came up. We suggest using the our mxODBC ZopeDA with an
> ExternalMethod for this kind of thing as it gives you a lot more control
> and allows you to work outside the restrictions on ZSQL which, good as
> it is, isn't suitable for this.
> 
> Charlie
> 
> 
thanks for your suggestion.
i am using mxODBC for 2 cusomers and I was under the impression, that it
is used (as the name suggests) to connect to a odbc database.
would using it mean that I had to access MySQL trough odbc. or does
mxODBC know how to access MySQL ?

thanks
robert
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