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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 30 2003 5:10am
Subject:Re: Transactions
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At 13:08 -0700 7/29/03, b b wrote:
>  Most web hosting companies run the mysql standard.
>Which means one can't run transactions. If that is the

Depends.  As of MySQL 4, InnoDB (which provides transactional
tables) is included by default.

>case, then how do you handle many to many
>relationships with truely normalized manner without
>risking data corruption


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