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Transaction complete with VB

Transaction complete with VB

Transaction complete with VB

Does anyone know how to check to see if a transaction has been completed successfully in VB?  I have a program that takes input from a user and updates a table on Teradata.  I would like to be able to check for a successfull completion before closing the application.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


RE: Transaction complete with VB

I think things are very strightforward in all RDBMS.  An execution would either be successful or a failure.  If it doesn't return an error, it means that it written already!

If you really wanna make sure, just issue a select statement to checks whether the record was really written :)

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