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XACT_ABORT ON and CATCH

Posted on 2011-09-27
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In a TRY/CATCH block which includes XACT_ABORT ON does everything get ROLLEDBACK if the code enters the CATCH?


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No, it won't.
But for what context you want to use it?
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thanks
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