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Thread: mysq sintax

  1. #1

    mysq sintax

    where the sql sintax for transaction:
    START TRANSACTION;
    SELECT * FROM table;
    COMMIT;
    are correct??
    mysql_query(); accept this code??

  2. #2
    That MySQL looks correct to me qua syntax, but I'm not sure it's of any use. You have START TRANSACTION and COMMIT statement - this means that you want to disable AUTOCOMMIT for a single serie of actions. But AUTOCOMMIT only applies to updates of the data, which SELECT isn't. Basically, you're doing this:

    don't write the following to disk until I tell you:
    get some values
    write to disk;

    See, it makes no sense because you're not changing anything. Unless I'm missing something here ...
    Wait, what?

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Voetsjoeba
    See, it makes no sense because you're not changing anything. Unless I'm missing something here ...
    You're not missing anything. The syntax is technically correct but a waste of time.

  4. #4
    thanks.
    i have SET AUTOCOMMIT = 0;
    for multiple query.

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