Transaction Handling in Mimer BSQL
Normal Mimer SQL transaction handling behavior applies in Mimer BSQL. The default transaction start setting of implicit means that, by default, a transaction is started whenever one is needed.
For a detailed description of transaction handling behavior in Mimer SQL, refer to the Mimer SQL Programmer's Manual, Transaction Handling and Database Security.
A special feature of BSQL is that all implicitly started transactions are automatically committed at the end of each statement, so that by default no attention needs to be paid to transaction handling at all in BSQL.
The START and COMMIT (or ROLLBACK) statements may be used together to group a number of statements into a single transaction when this is required.
Any transactions explicitly started using START will not be automatically committed by BSQL, so COMMIT or ROLLBACK must be used.
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