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commit and rollback in transaction

 
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Hi,
I need to execute a batch/transaction having a set of statements.I need to commit those statements which are executed successfully and the rest should be rolled back,is there any way to do it in java?

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Manish,
Yes. There is a feature called autoCommit. Normally, statements are set to commit automatically after each one is run. You can set this to false and then explicitly call commit/rollback. Take a look at the Connection object for these methods.
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