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- Frank Natoli
May 6, 2005, 3:53 pm
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Must also note that tables are type MyISAM, which some information on the
web appears to indicate are "non-transactional" and always operate in
"autocommit=1" mode. Is this true?
Any reason to suspect that ROLLBACK is not working for MySQL v4.1.10a?
Have reduced code to a very simple test, START TRANSACTION followed by
INSERT followed by ROLLBACK, but the INSERT remains.
Tried substituting SET AUTOCOMMIT=0 for START TRANSACTION, no effect, no
Frank Natoli wrote:
Yes, this is true.
Transaction statements have meaning only when you're using InnoDB tables
or BDB tables.
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