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I have an oracle/plsql function consisting of multiple blocks of code. Each block makes modifications in a specific part of the database tables. I need to make all of those parts as a whole ... either it is executed all or none of it is executed (for example no modifications in the tables are done until all the parts are executed successfully , otherwise in case of some error or exception happens no modifications are done). Is there anyway to implement this principle automatically by the DBMS ?

thanks in advance ...
Posted 18-Feb-13 3:25am

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What you are after is Transactions[^]. You usually begin a transaction and do all the stuff you need to to do: UPDATE, INSERT etc. and only after you're done and everything was successful you do a commit. In case of error at any stage in the process you do a rollback and everything looks as if you had never touched it. Smile | :)

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Here another source that explaind Commit and Rollback: What is commit and rollback?[^]
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