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Hello Experts,

I just installed PostgreSQL ver 8.1. I created an OLEDB connection and transaction. The Transaction BEGIN goes off fine. However when I try to commit it, I get the following error:

'PostgreSQL.1' failed with no error message available, result code: XACT_E_NOTSUPPORTED(0x8004D00F).

I tried all the possible Isolation Levels in the OLEDB.BeginTransaction.

Help will be appreciated.
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have you issued a statement in the START TRANSACTION block that would self generate a commit eg DDL ?
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I am using VB in VS2005, the OleDB namespace, with the associated BeginTransaction, Rollback and Commit.
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I have solved the problem by using the custom OLE DB interface provided by PostgreSQL
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