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Re: [0.0] Re: [0.2] getting transactions to work

From: reiner peterke <zedaardv(at)drizzle(dot)com>
To: Christopher Kings-Lynne <chriskl(at)familyhealth(dot)com(dot)au>
Cc: pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org, Rod K <rod(at)23net(dot)net>
Subject: Re: [0.0] Re: [0.2] getting transactions to work
Date: 2004-07-30 16:57:53
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i never said oracle did do that.
i don 't have so much experience working with databases and web pages
i do not have any understanding or misunderstanding.  i am trying to 
learn how it does work here.  to my mind it should be able to work 
within a web page.  maybe you could be so kind as to explain to me why 
it does not work.


On 30 jul 2004, at 18.32, Christopher Kings-Lynne wrote:

>> 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 effect,
>> 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.
> Chris
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