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From:Martijn Tonies Date:March 21 2004 12:27pm
Subject:Re: Stored Procs and Commit/Rollback Transactions
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> Possibly veering off topic, but I have a strong urge to comment on this,
and
> shall!
>
> I am a M$ .NET developer (primarily ASP.NET with SQL Server), and have
> recently embarked on a project at home, and wished to apply the same sort
of
> principles that I use at work - for example, keeping all 'system logic'
> embedded within the database itself.
>
> I have begun prototyping using MySQL 5.0.0a-alpha on win32 (possibly the
> most unstable combination you can imagine), and it is excellent. I have
the
> odd crash, or strange glitch (such as procedures not being recognized,
> requiring a restart before they can be called), but this is fine - it's
the
> first alpha, after all!
>
> Now all I need to be truly content is views....

And stored procedures per database instead of global :-)

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
Database Workbench - developer tool for InterBase, Firebird, MySQL & MS SQL
Server.
Upscene Productions
http://www.upscene.com

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Re: Stored Procs and Commit/Rollback TransactionsMatt W20 Mar
  • RE: Stored Procs and Commit/Rollback TransactionsMatt Chatterley21 Mar
    • Re: Stored Procs and Commit/Rollback TransactionsMartijn Tonies21 Mar