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Creating objects under inside a transaction

Creating objects under inside a transaction

Creating objects under inside a transaction

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Can I create an object(supports transaction) within a method of an object(requires transaction) using CreateObject().

RE: Creating objects under inside a transaction


Dear ;

Yes, You can I create an object(supports transaction) within a method of an object(requires transaction) using CreateObject().

Muhammad Essa Mughal
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essamughal@yahoo.com

RE: Creating objects under inside a transaction

Actually if you want to get a object to be in the same transaction you HAVE TO use this

getobjectcontext.CreateInstance("blahlib.blahobj")

this passes the current object's Context to the new object.

Using CreateObject() may create a new seperate transaction if the object being created is marked as requiring a transaction.  Thus calling SetAbort in the calling component will NOT roll back the created components changes.

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