Implicit transaction mode

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  • Nice question, thanks.

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  • Good knowledge base question for the understanding of transaction scope. Thanks for sharing

  • OK I got it, so the key is in SET IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS ON ... interesting. Thank you for the question.

  • This behavior is a lot more like Oracle (of old, anyway) than SQL Server. Thanks for the question.

  • Iulian -207023 (8/12/2014)


    OK I got it, so the key is in SET IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS ON ... interesting. Thank you for the question.

    Correct 😛

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  • +1. Thanks.

    By the way, this also works the same in 2008 R2.

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  • SqlMel (8/12/2014)


    +1. Thanks.

    By the way, this also works the same in 2008 R2.

    +1

    (I have started a new thing ... testing each code block of the qtod from sql 2005 express and up till 2012, to see the behaviour, if it not works get the error message what it throws... its kind of fun)

    To post author: thank you for the post, interesting one. I had a clue on ALTER TABLE and TRUNCATE, but I had a vague idea on the CREAT, I selected the choice first and then I referred the local_help and there... my choice was sure.

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  • Raghavendra Mudugal (8/12/2014)


    SqlMel (8/12/2014)


    +1. Thanks.

    By the way, this also works the same in 2008 R2.

    +1

    (I have started a new thing ... testing each code block of the qtod from sql 2005 express and up till 2012, to see the behaviour, if it not works get the error message what it throws... its kind of fun)

    To post author: thank you for the post, interesting one. I had a clue on ALTER TABLE and TRUNCATE, but I had a vague idea on the CREAT, I selected the choice first and then I referred the local_help and there... my choice was sure.

    Thanks for comments

    It works same in 2008 R2. Reference link is for SQL 2012 hence mentioned the same in QotD title. 🙂

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  • Ed Wagner (8/12/2014)


    This behavior is a lot more like Oracle (of old, anyway) than SQL Server. Thanks for the question.

    Except that Oracle will auto commit a transaction with any DDL statement. Or was it different before?

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  • Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (8/12/2014)


    Good question, thanks Hugo

    The SET IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS setting caused a fair bit of fun when troubleshooting why one section of an application never committed any changes and took exclusive locks on the table...

    the developer never included a COMMIT or ROLLBACK in the respective stored proc.

    Developers who do that should be talked to; the aim of the conversation will be to discover which idiot DBA told the developer about implicit transactions but didn't mention that they had to be terminated, as well as to cause the developer sufficient embarrassment that in future he will look stuff up before he uses it.

    Tom

  • TomThomson (8/12/2014)


    Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (8/12/2014)


    Good question, thanks Hugo

    ....

    hmm "Hugo"?

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  • Koen Verbeeck (8/12/2014)


    Nice question, thanks.

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  • Raghavendra Mudugal (8/12/2014)


    TomThomson (8/12/2014)


    Stewart "Arturius" Campbell (8/12/2014)


    Good question, thanks Hugo

    ....

    hmm "Hugo"?

    Yes, today's email stated that it was Hugo's question for some reason.

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