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Feb 16, 2007

Is there an easy way (SQL Query or enterprise manager) to see if there is an open transaction pending?

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Nov 29, 1999


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Thanks very much, in advance.

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[ItemTitle] [nvarchar](50) NULL,
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[Code] .....

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Aug 13, 2003

Hi All,
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Apr 6, 2005

I have a web application with a shopping cart, how do I stop all the shopping cart transaction from going into the db log? Is this possible?  These are are only transient data movements, and will never be need to to restore to, and they are cause log bloat. Or is there a better way to stop log bloat?

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Apr 17, 2000

Hi All,

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Hi all....

I am currently designing a DTS Package to import data that is processed daily into a large database.

I have to design the package such that if any step fails when importing, I roll back the entire transaction.

I have designed the package with this in mind, checked "join transaction if present" and "rollback transaction on failure" in all of the workflows. I have also made all workflows serialized.

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Any ideas?

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Dec 1, 2000

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Oct 17, 2003

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Sep 6, 2004

Is there a point to wrapping a single UPDATE or INSERT statement in an explicit TRANSACTION:


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Apr 17, 2008

Are there any scenarios where an un-commited transaction would block further queries?

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May 27, 2008

If you run the Begin Transaction code and then run a create such as an update query and you see that it effects the number of rows that you wanted it to effect is there a way to look at the actual data that changed before you Commit Transaction?


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I did some bench marking on this server and I can insert only 700 - 800 records approx / sec on this particular table.


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Aug 1, 2007

I have a small database that I have been testing.I get an error about a transaction deadlock.The code is in stored procedures and I added transactions to the sp'sbut the error happened again.I wrapped the whole sp in just one transaction and I don't have anyindex on the tables.When I test just by running a program that sends 3 calls at a time itwill get a deadlocked transaction as I send 6 or 9 at a time.I am not sure how it can have a deadlocked transaction after I usedtransactions(begin and commit) in the sp's.Steve

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Oct 8, 2007

I am working with transactions and use try catch to capture errors and in the event of an error i have to rollback the transaction. How can i perform this?, most of the errors which i forsee are either insertion of null values into non nullable columns or violation of Primary keys while inserting duplicates.
I started by coding the following way but it does not rollaback apparently the try catch does not work for above kind of errors..Can somebody help..




-- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from

-- interfering with SELECT statements.



--Step 1











--Step 2
























FROM [dbo].[IN_T_FLE]





ERROR_NUMBER() as ErrorNumber,

ERROR_LINE() as ErrorLine,

ERROR_MESSAGE() as ErrorMessage;

-- Test XACT_STATE for 1 or -1.

-- XACT_STATE = 0 means there is no transaction and

-- a commit or rollback operation would generate an error.

-- Test whether the transaction is uncommittable.

IF (XACT_STATE()) = -1



N'The transaction is in an uncommittable state. ' +

'Rolling back transaction.'



-- Test whether the transaction is active and valid.




N'The transaction is committable. ' +

'Committing transaction.'




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Nov 8, 2006

Hello All,

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Apr 2, 2007

I've been searching around and haven't found anything that simply states what I want to know.

I want to use a transaction within my CLR Stored Proc, to do so I've got System.Transactions referenced and I can access the current transaction via Transaction.Current.

My questions are

Will there always be a current transaction?

Do I need to create a new transaction if one doesn't already exist?

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Hi all,

What does "Transactions/sec" counter in SQL 2005 under databases do in terms of performance. My counter shows almost 100% all the time in 4 terrbyte DB in superdome with many CPUs.

Which is the optimal value for this counter?

thanks in advance


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