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.NET to PHP snippet - Translate this for me please!

.NET to PHP snippet - Translate this for me please!

(OP)
Reading docs on a WSDL service, they show

CODE

Dim _Transaction As New Source.Connect.Transaction 

What is the PHP equivalent for this line of code?


Thank you all for your assistance!

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RE: .NET to PHP snippet - Translate this for me please!

You should post this in the PHP forum:
forum434: PHP

RE: .NET to PHP snippet - Translate this for me please!

(OP)
lol - I am asking for a .NET code snippet to be translated to PHP, not the other way around ... I was hoping some one in this forum would at least define what the snippet of code does in plain English ...

Thanks!

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http://www.fp2php.com
The good thing about not knowing is the opportunity to learn - Yours truly, 2008.

RE: .NET to PHP snippet - Translate this for me please!

That "snippet" is a bit short on context, i.e. none.
My best guess: it declares a new transaction on a database connection and immediately instanciates it.
Similar example would be:

CODE

var context = new DataContext();
var _Transaction = context.BeginTransaction(); 

Without further information on what kind of database connection is being used, cannot say more.

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