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Begin transaction ........... commit transaction


Begin transaction ........... commit transaction

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Hi,


I have this stored procedure:


create stored procedure test
as

Begin

update table xtu set cod ='A'


End


if i execute this stored procedure from inside other stored procedure, like this:

create procedure test2
as
BEGIN

declare @erro as int

begin transaction

exec test
set @erro =@@error

if @erro =0
begin
commit transaction
end
else
rollback transaction
END


If i get an error when executing the procedure test can i rollback the transaction that was made by the procedure test? or should i place a BEGIN TRANSACTION and COMMIT TRANSACTION inside the stored procedure test , so that i can rollback transaction from within procedure test2 if procedure test fails?


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Look up Try Catch in BOL. That will help you with being able to rollback the transaction.



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Check this, it should answer your question

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189336(SQL.90).aspx

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Check this, it should answer your question

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189336(SQL.90).aspx



This method would allow the OP to place a transaction in both stored procedures (thus nest the transactions).



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