Perhaps, but the MS Access ODBC Driver would run in an MTS transaction, even
though there is no transaction support in access.
I use ODBC like I drive my car. I put in the key, turn it, and it just works.
What could I do to get under the hood and find out what this mysterious "Set"
thing might require to function properly?
I don't care to even have the PostgreSQL transaction auto-roll-back when the
MTS Transaction fails. I need the transaction support for the larger operation
of which the database transactions are a small part.
--- Hiroshi Inoue <Inoue(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp> wrote:
> Maybe MTS requires Distributed transaction support but
> PostgreSQL(and of cource psqlodbc driver) doesn't support it.
> I'm not sure if MTS provides the option to work with non-
> distributed system.
> Hiroshi Inoue
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