> i'm trying to test an idea. i know what i sent doesn't do much, but i
> try out ideas before i go too far to make sure i understand what i think
> i do
> in my 'real life' i work with oracle. i like the idea of explicitly
> telling the database when i'm done. i want to be able to trap errors
> and rollback if necessary. also to give someone the choice of saving
> the work or not. i know there are things i can do to create the similar
> create the sql, then when i'm ready submit it to the database.
Oracle doesn't do what you want either. I'm afraid you have a
fundamental misunderstanding of how the HTTP process works.
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