[Lazarus] What is a TSQLTransaction and why do I need one?
alexsander.rosa at gmail.com
Mon Nov 29 18:38:07 CET 2010
You mean "to TEACH people" and you assume too much about me.
2010/11/29 Joost van der Sluis <joost at cnoc.nl>
> On Wed, 2010-11-24 at 17:40 -0200, Alexsander Rosa wrote:
> > But it is transparent to the libpq programmer; why it's not
> > transparent with sqldb?
> To learn people that they have to use transactions. There are only a
> very few cases in which you don't need a transaction.
> But most programmers do a: not know how why transactions are there and
> how they should be used, or b: are too sloppy to use them properly.
> That most people do not understand what a transaction is and where it is
> for, is demonstrated by you thinking that it was possible to do
> something with Postgres without a transaction. For each transactional
> database it is completely impossible to work without transactions. Or
> else it woudn't be a transactional database anymore.
> I tried to explain this to you earlier, but you preferred to use Zeos.
> That's ok with me. But it would be better if you learn how to use
> transactions properly. (With Zeos or sqldb, doesn't matter)
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