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Error in transaction -> no rollback!

Posted on 2001-08-15
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I have the following stored procedure: (ASE 11.9 on AEX)

create procedure test1
as
   begin transaction
   insert into testtable1 values (1)
   insert into testtable1 values (2)
   insert into testtable1 values (2)   <-- key violation
   insert into testtable1 values (3)
   commit transaction
go

If I define the field as primary key, statement 3 will fail off course. But the transaction is not aborted nor rollbacked! In other words: afterwards my table will contain:
1
2
3

Off course, this is not what I want. Checking @@rowcount is not an option, since I also have update statements (It's possible that the statement updates 0 rows without errors)

I want my transaction to do everything succesfull OR nothing at all. Any suggestions?
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Question by:leon321
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bret earned 100 total points
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Check @@error and/or @@transtate after each insert, and issue a rollback
if desired based on the results.  Some errors have severities such that they cancel the statement,
but not the transaction (these are indicated by @@transtate = 2 after the
operations).
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by:mathavra
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I am not sure but the Sybase does have a option "ignore duplicate keys" with CREATE UNIQUE INDEX option. Are you sure that you have defined the primary key constraint or created a unique index?.
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by:amitpagarwal
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there is a good possibility in what matharva says.

just check if the create index definition has the ignore_dup_key attached to it ?
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by:leon321
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bret,

the "check @@transtate=2" comment works for me! Only drawback is that I have to check after each statement in my transaction :(

So I will accept your answer. However, since I finally have the flow in my procedures as I wanted, I get the following error when using this procedure recursively. (I call procedure test1 in procedure test1) :

"Transaction count after EXECUTE indicates that a COMMIT or ROLLBACK TRAN is missing (previous count = 1, current count = 0)
Any thoughts??

Thanks!
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