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value = %SSC_COMMIT(dbchannel[, SSQL_TXOFF|SSQL_TXON])
This function returns SSQL_NORMAL (success) or SSQL_FAILURE (failure). (i)
An internal database channel previously initialized using %SSC_INIT and connected by %SSC_CONNECT. (n)
Commit the transaction for dbchannel. (n)
Start a transaction. If a transaction already exists for dbchannel, commit that transaction first. (n)
%SSC_COMMIT either commits a transaction, starts a new transaction, or both. If it commits a transaction, it hard‑closes any associated cursors.
The default differs from one database to another. SSQL_TXOFF/SSQL_TXON is ignored for databases that don’t support different transaction states.
For databases that support both explicit and implicit transactions (such as SQL Server), %SSC_COMMIT starts an explicit transaction.
For databases that don’t support explicit transactions (such as Oracle), %SSC_COMMIT does not start a transaction. Rather, the first data access (DML) operation (%SSC_OPEN, %SSC_EXECECUTE, %SSC_EXECIO) starts an implicit transaction. In addition, %SSC_COMMIT commits the data to the database, and SSQL_TXON has the same effect as SSQL_TXOFF.
For more information, see Understanding transactions and autocommit.
The following example demonstrates the use of %SSC_COMMIT.
sqlp = "INSERT INTO org1 (deptnum, deptname, manager," & " division, stdate, budget) VALUES (:1,:2,:3,:4," ":5,:6)" if (%ssc_commit(dbchn, SSQL_TXON)) ;Start the transaction goto err_exit if (%ssc_open(dbchn, cur2, sqlp, SSQL_NONSEL, & SSQL_STANDARD, 6, deptnum, deptname, & manager, division, stdate, budget)) goto err_exit for ix from 1 thru MX_REC ;Do insert begin call load_data ;Load data to bind area ;Execute insert statement if (%ssc_execute(dbchn, cur2, SSQL_STANDARD)) goto err_exit end if (%ssc_sclose(dbchn, cur2)) goto err_exit if (%ssc_commit(dbchn, SSQL_TXOFF)) ;Commit the change goto err_exit