[DB-SIG] Transactions: how to start them?
Wed, 17 Sep 1997 09:03:30 -0700
You always have a transaction running -- when you open a connection,
that starts the transaction. When you close one (by commit or
rollback), the next is automatically started.
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> In the DB-API, Connection objects have commit() and rollback() methods
> to commit or abort a transaction. However, the API doesn't specify
> how to indicate the *start* of a transaction; is it database-specific?
> It seems like an omission from the spec; what am I missing?
> Andrew Kuchling
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