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From:Paul DuBois Date:July 15 2004 6:12pm
Subject:Re: 2 Questions - DateTime fractional seconds and Transactions
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At 10:54 -0700 7/15/04, Tom Kirkman wrote:
>1. Though I was not able to find it explicitly stated in the online
>manual, I'm inferring from what I did find that the server v4.1.3 Win32
>cannot store fractions of a second in DateTime columns (though oddly
>enough, several existing DataTime functions do handle them).  It was
>stated that support for this is planned for the near future.  Is there a
>more accurate idea of when this support will be available?
>
>
>
>2.  Will an ADO sqlTransaction that is begun but not explicitly
>committed or rolled back (i.e. the session was terminated before the
>transaction could be concluded) be automatically rolled back or
>automatically committed by the server?

Rolled back.


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Paul DuBois, MySQL Documentation Team
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