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From: michael dot peppler at bnpparibas dot com
Subject: Re: Sybase::CTlib and autocommit
Date: Jun 15 2005 1:32PM

Sybase::CTlib (and the Sybase client libs in general) have no notion of
AutoCommit.
The correct terminology is the CHAINED transaction mode, which is normally
off by default. When the Chained mode is OFF it's the same as AutoCommit ON
for DBI.

See the CS_OPT_CHAINEDTXN option (ct_option()), and the SET CHAINED option
in TransactSQL.

So if you are porting Sybase::CTlib apps to DBI then AutoCommit should be
set to ON.

Michael




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avised@kbcfp.com@peppler.org - 15/06/2005 14:52


Sent by:    owner-sybperl-l@peppler.org

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Subject:    Sybase::CTlib and autocommit


I'm porting a program from Sybase::CTlib to DBD::Sybase.  Should I set
AutoCommit => 1 for the DBI->connect() call?  In other words, with
Sybase::CTlib is auto-commit on by default?

--
Ed Avis 




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