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APEX - Transaction Control - Commit/Rollback

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Hi, I'm using Oracle Application Express which has Auto commit...

If I want to have the update on a form and update of a xref table to both succeed or fail then would I just have from the APEX process to a database procedure or function call and just have a PL/SQL block with commit at the end and a rollback in the exception handling?
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yes, that's exactly how you should do it,  you can invoke your procedure on submit before or after validations and before or after other processes for the page
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Thanks for the confirmation Sean!
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