It’s really appreciated, very useful information. But there is two way to turn it off: Besides, if you want to end a transaction, you could have a try to explicitly call commit or rollback. Monday, March 27, 3: Sunday, April 9, 6: It’s the point-in-time when your transaction first reads the database.
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I don’t know exactly what Uniface does although I have a faint memory of that it is a so-called 4GL productbut you can control transactions in more way than relying on implicit transactions. But since the behaviour is different is different versions, it could be a regression bug.
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Yes I realize that. The normal way to control transactions in SQL Server is for the application to begin and end the transaction in code, explicitly. Sunday, April 9, 6: Monday, March 27, 3: Hope someone can help me – I could not find the answer to my query anywhere. Tuesday, April 11, 9: If I follow your steps I do indeed see that the transaction does not prevent the store being cleaned up. It does happen that you get response from Microsoft on Connect, but there is no guarantee.
Obviously you know when to commit a transaction, so then you should know when to start one.
Tuesday, April 11, 4: It’s really appreciated, very useful information. Thursday, March 23, 8: Hi David, Thanks for your reply.
Looking at that site it seems an awful lot is posted there but reactions from Microsoft are all but non-existent. Also note that you are not constrained by the ODBC driver’s transaction handling. Sign in to vote.
So in the below example, the snapshot transaction will see rows inserted after it’s ‘begin transaction’ but before its first ‘select’: It’s the point-in-time when your transaction first reads the database. Thanks for your help obc far.
Thursday, March 30, 5: TBH I do not expect much from posting the query there. But there is unifcae way to turn it off: Alas, this is not very good in production environments, as if you are not aware of the behaviour or just obliviousyou can cause blocking situations. This hasn’t caused problems for our customers so far, but one customer uses snapshot isolation on their DB and are observing massive bloat of the tempdb, apparently caused by the fact that each process always has a transaction open.
Tuesday, March 21, 2: I guess if there is a bit of terminology confusion here. If the id means spid, you could refer to this article to ldbc the last query text based on it. Tuesday, April 11, 1: The content you requested has been removed. Hi all, I have not posted in these forums before.
But we do explicitly commit or rollback when we’re done. I think because otherwise you would not be able to rollback a transaction involving multiple tables. Thursday, March 30, 9: In that case autocommit would be ignored.