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From:Yves Goergen Date:December 20 2007 8:29pm
Subject:Re: Bug: Different data for different connections
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On 20.12.2007 20:34 CE(S)T, Martijn Tonies wrote:
> Are your tables InnoDB? If so, the snapshot transaction is giving you
> a static view on the data and your own changes, while your PHPMyAdmin
> commits the NULL write. Your application keeps on seeing your own
> changes, cause it did not end the snapshot transaction.

Yes, all tables are InnoDB.

So MySQL does support nested transaction and both "SET AUTOCOMMIT = 0"
and "START TRANSACTION" start a new transaction level, is that true?

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Bug: Different data for different connectionsYves Goergen20 Dec
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        • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsBaron Schwartz20 Dec
          • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsYves Goergen20 Dec
  • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsMartijn Tonies20 Dec
    • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsYves Goergen20 Dec
  • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsMartijn Tonies20 Dec
    • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsYves Goergen20 Dec
  • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsMartijn Tonies20 Dec
    • Re: Bug: Different data for different connectionsYves Goergen20 Dec