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how can i Commit through VB.NET to ORACLE ?

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i want to commit through VB.Net to Oracle like i m in inserting data from Vb.Net form to Oracle after that i want to save that for saving i have to commit how can i do this
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you can use the Transaction class to start, commit or rollback the insertion that you are doing

refer to the section * Transactions using Oracle .NET Data Provider to access Oracle 9i* in this site

http://www.akadia.com/services/dotnet_dbtrans.html

have fun

Zulu
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