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From Ronen Mizrahi <ro...@tversity.com>
Subject Re: possible bug in apr_dbd_sqlite3.c
Date Fri, 16 Sep 2005 18:55:53 GMT
Thank you for responding.
May I ask also a question about the apr_dbd interface and how it should 
be used with sqlite in order to roll back a transaction. I was looking 
for a way to rollback a transaction, and it looks like the interface 
right now allows one to start a transaction and to commit it but it does 
not allow one to roll it back. I ended up using apr_dbd_select() with an 
SQL string of "ROLLBACK", is this how the interface intends for users to 
do it? Should there perhaps be function in apr_dbd for rollback?

Rick Keiner wrote:

> I have been working on that and you're right, the "END TRANSACTION" is not
> needed and makes transactions fail. I removed it and the test case works
> fine. I'll get a patch to the list soon. I've been working on a seperate
> problem with the new release of SQLite that may effect the driver. I would
> like to complete that first and then submit a patch to the list.
> */Garrett Rooney <rooneg@electricjellyfish.net>/* wrote:
>     On 9/15/05, Ronen Mizrahi wrote:
>     > Yet again, I would like to ask if anyone has any feedback on
>     this? If
>     > someone out there is pondering some issues about this, please
>     respond,
>     > perhaps a discussion may help and at the least I would know that
>     someone
>     > is planning to address this issue.
>     I suspect nobody has gotten around to looking at it. If you think
>     there's a problem, a patch to correct it or at least to add a test
>     that shows the issue would certainly be appreciated. As it stands,
>     it'll just have to wait until someone who understands the sqlite code
>     gets some free time.
>     -garrett

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