latency at gmx.de
Sun Aug 20 03:36:16 EDT 2006
this is not really a noteworthy comment but I'd like to say that you've
forgotten a trailing "=" on your "Implementation Details" heading.
As for the implementation of System.Transactions could please someone explain
to me how they work. I understand the basic principle but what I don't
understand is how a DbCommand or DbConnection knows when it is being used in
a Transaction or not.
In MS Documentation examples show how to use a TransactionScope by executing
two querys but none of the querys seem to use the transaction, except from
being used within the Transactions using-Block. Seems odd to me or is there
some Magic going on behind the scenes?
On Saturday 19 August 2006 19:24, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > It is currently implemented with a LTM (Local Transaction Manager) in
> > mono. (mcs/class/System.Transactions). You can check the class status
> > at
> > http://mono.ximian.com/class-status/mono-HEAD-vs-fx-2/class-status-System
> > DependentTransaction is not implemented yet, rest should work fine.
> I have updated the wiki with the documents I could my hands on from the
> internal discussions:
> Mono-devel-list mailing list
> Mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
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