robert rottermann wrote at 2007-1-10 09:00 +0100:
>I am implementing a tool to handle userdata that is stored in a MySQL db.
>The underlaying logic of the stored procedures used to maintain the db
>dictate that I have to control the transactions myself.
If you know what you do, then you can probably do something along the
Almost surely, MySQL will provide some SQL command to control
transaction. Maybe, they are called "commit" and "rollback" (as
is the case for Postgres).
In this case, you ZSQL method (or your stored procedure) can use it.
In the ZSQL method, it could look like:
--- some SQL ---
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