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AUTONOMOUS_TRANSACTION

Posted on 2004-09-27
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Hi All,
       I am using PRAGMA AUTONOMOUS_TRANSACTION in all my pl/sql Procedures. Are there any disadvantages or  
     performance issues for using the above in the code?

Thanks,
Cavaturu
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No real perfomance issue, other than perhaps committing more often than you need to.
What would concern me is how you control your transactions - the way you have it, each procedure will commit its own changes - this may well be what you want, but what happens when you hit an error condition? Which bits get rolled back?

I dont know your application design, so I cant really be more specific than 'be careful'.

The only time I use autonomous transactions is when writing logs - audit trails, debug info etc where I want to find out what was attempted, even if it fails.

HTH
Bob
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Thank you Bob
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