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Distributed transaction with ADO + VB6

Distributed transaction with ADO + VB6

Distributed transaction with ADO + VB6

There was some sample code posted here in another thread, the code is below. It looks like the code I need except as it was posted it does not work, on     "ObjContext.SetComplete" you get error 91 object not set. Does anybody know how to make this work.

I am trying to figure how to do a transaction that would be for 2 different adodb datasources into just 1 transaction.

Code from thread330-301156: 2 phase commit

Dim objDOCodes As New clsDOCodes
    Dim ObjContext As ObjectContext

    Set ObjContext = GetObjectContext()
   'Do what ever code for ur insertion in the lines below
   'i am pasting some dummy code for ur ease
    Dim objCmdTask As New ADODB.Command
    With objCmdTask
        .CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
        Set .ActiveConnection = DBConnection(varInfo  (INT_CONNECTSTRING))
        .CommandText = STR_STP_ORD_INSERT_TASK
        .Parameters.Append .CreateParameter  (STR_PRM_ORD_TASKREMINDER_DESC, adVarChar, adParamInput, 255, mstrTaskDescription)
    End With

    Exit Function
    Err.Raise Err.Number, Err.Source, Err.Description

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