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hello experts,
Please help, i am having a problem in execting some queries of  Oracle

from vb.
actually i have connected with an Oracle 8 table via DSN. the

connection gets established and i can succefully execute Select query.

i can move into record set object also.
BUT i can execute Insert Into.. , Delete from..., Update... commands. i

think those queris which do not retun any recordset are not running i

was trying to run it using :-
      
      ;      
      ;
      set cmd=new adodb.command
      ;
      ;
      cmd.execute "Insert into login values('a','b')"
      msgbox("Recrod Inserted !!")

my program displyas the msgbox but when i enquire from Oracle, it does

not  show the newly inserted record.
Is there any need to set any particular properties of conn object or of

cmd object for this.
      
Please help and oblige
waiting..
Sandeep.
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by:rajaamirapu
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Are you using BeginTrans and ComitTrans in your code
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Have you ever considered that it might be time to maintain your many old open questions:

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Just curious,
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by:soodsandeep
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hello Anthony,
thanks for reminding me.
i will soon evaluate and submit my rating for each answer.
take care.
Thanks.
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by:Deshin13
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Try this out
Dim ModSec as String
Dim rsSec as ADODB.Recordset
Dim myConn1 as ADODB.Connection

Set myConn1 = New ADODB.Connection
'Then set myConn1 properties to whatever it is that you like
myConn1.Open

Set rsSec = New ADODB.Recordset
sModSec = "Insert into login values('a','b')"

rsSec.Open sModSec, myConn1, adOpenKeyset

' and that should do it
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by:Dang123
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Oracle is transaction based. As rajaamirapu mentioned above, you need to issue a "COMMIT" for your transactions to take effect. If you disconnect before you issue a "COMMIT", Oracle will assume the connection was broken due to a problem and automatically issue a "ROLLBACK" for you.



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