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Fernando Dominguez
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Joined: Sep 01, 2006
Posts: 104

I have a question.

If I begin a transaction, (I am doing it with java, but I omit the code)

1 - I insert a value in a table

2 - now I try to insert a value in another table, I need the value I have Inserted before in table 1 because there is a referencial integrity.

3 I don't commit yet,
Here is my question.

I can't see the values of any data (in a data browser) until I commit them
Is the step 2 seeing the data inserted in 1, or Is step 2 going to complain about referencial integrity because It don't see any data until it is commited

Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
Posts: 32818

Step 2 does see the update from step 1 because it is within the same transaction. It is other transactions that can't see the update from step 1.

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