> > The developers appear to want to make them
> > work (i.e., have the
> > ability to rollback a DROP TABLE, ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN,
> > etc.). This, in my
> > opinion, goes far above and beyond the call of duty for a
> > RDBMS. Oracle issues
> > an implicit COMMIT whenever a DDL statement is found.
> And I agreed with this.
And I strongly disagree.
This sounds like pushing the flush button in the toilet,
and instead of the toilet flushing you get a shower.
How could anybody come to the idea that a DDL statement
also does a commit work if inside a transaction ?
Now this sound so absurd, that I even doubt Oracle would do this.
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