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Questions tagged [transactions]

A transaction is a set of operations that must all succeed; failure in any of the operations results in a rollback, such that none of the operations takes effect. (For questions about financial transactions that do not have this all-or-nothing property, use the [finance] tag instead.)

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Isolate a Database Change Within Django Transaction.Atomic

I have been typically adding the @transaction.atomic decorator to my endpoints and appreciate if a request fails at any point the data completely rolls back. However, some of my endpoints will make ...
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Transaction manager, supporting undo/redo, using C++ templates

I've implemented a basic TransactionManager class that manages undoing/redoing of arbitrary Actions which have access to the <...
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Transaction integrity in asp.net core with entity framework and generic repository

I am not very experienced in Entity Framework, I previously used ADO.Net and Dapper for data persistence. For now, I only read Microsoft docs and watched a few video tutorials. I tried to stick to ...
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Swift framework that facilitates making atomic changes to several objects at a time

For the purposes of an app I work on I have created a separate framework that abstracts away the mechanism of making atomic changes to the complex object structures. Each class that has to ...
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Transactional Stack

It is about Stack of numbers, that can have transaction. If you begin transaction, you need to commit it in order to actually add numbers to stack. Transactions can be nested. ...
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Data Access Layer method with transaction handling

I just want to know whether I've done transaction handling well. Also what about the other types of transactions available in .NET with regard to this code snippet? Also are there any redundant ...