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Hi all,

suppose,
I have following functions
C#
public void insertintoRegistration()
{
   //insert here
   //cmd.executenonquery()
}
public void insertintoCorr()
{
   //insert here
   //cmd2.executenonquery()
}

I want to have below lines in button click
C#
btninsert_click
{
   sqltransaction txn=con.begintransaction()
   cmd.transaction=txn;
   cmd2.transaction=txn;
   try
   {
      cmd.executenonquery();
      cmd2.executenonquery();
      txn.commit();
   }
   catch
   {
      txn.rollback();
   }
}

Now I want to have sqltransaction for these sqlcommands. How Can I do so, is is possible to do so or is there any else way to solve this problem.

Thanks
Posted
Updated 28-Sep-12 16:44pm
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ZurdoDev 28-Sep-12 16:24pm
   
Just pass the transaction as a ref parameter.
Sandeep Mewara 28-Sep-12 17:05pm
   
Your question is not quite clear. Please rephrase and update.
Gopal Rakhal 29-Sep-12 2:17am
   
i have two functions for two separate insert command, now if i call both functions separately in button_click then one function may execute and another may not execute, so i want to execute both function if both are fine else want to roll back both insert commands..
fjdiewornncalwe 29-Sep-12 9:43am
   
Did you check my answer below? It is exactly what you need.
[no name] 28-Sep-12 17:46pm
   
Your question is not quite clear...Can u explain more...or are you getting any error

1 solution

As ryan has pointed out, you need to pass the transaction as a ref parameter.
Here is a good place to find out how: Performing Multiple Updates Within a Transaction[^]
   
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Espen Harlinn 29-Sep-12 12:30pm
   
5'ed!
fjdiewornncalwe 29-Sep-12 13:41pm
   
Thanks Espen

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