ADVANCED RDBMS CONCEPTS CHAPTER 10 LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this lesson, the students will be able to:  Define a Transaction  Describe reason why all the tasks in a transaction should be executed fully or not at all.  Perform basic transactions.  Commit a transaction.  Add Save Points to a transaction.  Roll back a Transaction  Roll back a Transaction to a Savepoint.

ADVANCED RDBMS CONCEPTS TRANSACTION A transaction is a unit of work that must be done in logical order and successfully as a group. The statements which help to manage transaction are:  START TRANSACTION statement  COMMIT statement  ROLLBACK statement

START TRANSACTION START TRANSACTION statement commits the current transaction and starts a new transaction. It tells MySQL that the new transaction is beginning and the statements that follow should be treated as a unit, until this transaction ends. SYNTAX: START TRANSACTION; Note: Start transaction statement does not take any clauses.

COMMIT The COMMIT statement is used to save all changes made to the database during the transaction to the database. Commit statement is issued at a time when the transaction is complete ie all the changes made to the database have been successful and the changes should be saved to the database. COMMIT ends the current transaction. SYNTAX: COMMIT; OR COMMIT WORK; Here WORK is a keyword and is optional.

INSERTING SAVEPOINT The SAVEPOINT statement defines a book mark in a transaction. These book marks are useful in rolling back a transaction till the book mark. SYNTAX: SAVEPOINT ; Example: SAVEPOINT Mark1; In the above statement a save point with the name Mark1 is defined. It becomes a bookmark in the transaction. Now the following statement will rollback the transaction till the bookmark named Mark1. ROLLBACK TO SAVEPOINT Mark1;

AUTO COMMIT  By default, Autocommit mode is on in MySQL. It means that MySQL does a COMMIT after every SQL statement that does not return an error.  When Autocommit is off then we have to issue COMMIT statement explicitly to save changes made to the database.

 The following statement sets the autocommit mode to off. It also starts a new transaction SET AUTOCOMMIT=0;  The following statement sets the auto commit mode to ON. It also commits and terminates the current transaction. SET AUTOCOMMIT=1; Note:  

If the auto commit mode has been set to off in a session and you end that session, the auto commit mode is automatically set to on when you start a new session. An implicit COMMIT takes place, even if AUTOCOMMIT is set OFF, on the database when the user issues a Data Definition language command like CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE etc.


Auto commit is disabled/off


Inserts a new record

3. mysql> SELECT * FROM ITEM; 4. mysql> ROLLBACK;

Rolls back(undo) the insert command


Start transaction sets Auto commit off.

7. mysql> UPDATE ITEM SET IPRICE = IPRICE +200; 8. mysql> SAVEPOINT S1;

Increase the item price by Rs 200 Sets the save point S1


Increase the item price by Rs 400

10. mysql> SELECT * FROM ITEM; 11. mysql> ROLLBACK TO S1; backed

Increase the item price by Rs 400, command will be roll

12. mysql> SELECT * FROM ITEM; 13. mysql>SET AUTOCOMMIT ON;

Auto commit is set to on

14. mysql> DELETE FROM ITEM WHERE IPRICE<200; 15. mysql> rollback;

Records with price>200 are deleted

Rollback cannot be done as auto commit is on

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