[mapguide-internals] Motion: vote MapGuide RFC 78

Andy Morsell amorsell at spatialgis.com
Mon Jul 27 13:37:06 EDT 2009

+1 Andy

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Fukushima [mailto:tom.fukushima at autodesk.com] 
Sent: Monday, July 27, 2009 8:55 AM
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Subject: [mapguide-internals] Motion: vote MapGuide RFC 78


I motion for a vote on

MapGuide RFC 78 - Enhance transaction capability to Feature Service

Summary of review:

What happens when one of ExecuteSqlQuery or ExecuteSqlNonQuery fails?  Does
the user need to rollback transaction within exception handling, or is this
done automatically?
>>> No action taken.  To give flexibility, the user can do a Rollback in the
exception handler.

In case that FDO provider doesn't support transaction, it throws exception?
>>> RFC updated: if a provider doesn't support transaction,
BeginTransaction() will throw an MgInvalidOperationException saying
transaction is not supported.
I think too that it doesn't have to do auto roll back but another question
comes to me. I assume that MgTransaction will get hold on one particular FDO
connection until either Rollback or Commit is executed ?
>>> Yes, MgTransaction will hold on the particular FDO connection until
Commit or Rollback is executed. And there is also a timeout for transaction
that if it's not committed or rollbacked within the timeout, the server will
automatically rollback the transaction as mentioned in the RFC.  

Add a UpdateFeatures that uses transaction:
>>> Description added.

+1 Tom


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