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Nonqualified transactions are being rolled back.

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in what kind of circumstance and when does SQL give the above message?

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Most commonly when you use

ALTER DATABASE ..... WITH ROLLBACK IMMEDIATE

It causes any open transactions to be rolled back.
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OK. makes sense.. thanks Richard.
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