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i am using data access layer for my project
now i am inserting records in three tables using the same function so how can i use transaction for any failure of any table
my code like...

int check2 = du.ExecuteSqlSP(objAdTask, spProjectTask);
            int check = du.ExecuteSqlSP(objaddSubAdmin, spAdmin);
            int check1 = du.ExecuteSqlSP(objAdProject, spAdminProject);

where obj.. are parameters and sp.. is my storedProcedure name
how to use transaction for above code
Posted 31-Jan-13 19:04pm
Edited 31-Jan-13 19:43pm

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Solution 1

There is an elegant way to do this.
Use the transaction for that. start a transaction, put your stored procedures call in try catch block. After executing the stored procedures commit the transaction. else rollback in catch block.

So it would be something like
IDbConnection conn = //(Create your connecttion object here)
IDbTransaction transaction = conn.BeginTransaction();
       //(Execute you procedures here)
  // Roll back the transaction. 

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