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ODBC()

Synopsis

Controls ODBC transaction properties.

Description

The ODBC() function allows setting several properties to influence how a connected database processes transactions.

Syntax

ODBC(property[,argument])
Arguments
  • property
    • transaction - Gets or sets the active transaction ID. If set, and the transaction ID does not exist and a database name is specified as an argument, it will be created.
    • forcecommit - Controls whether a transaction will be automatically committed when the channel hangs up. Defaults to forcecommit value from the relevant DSN (which defaults to false). If a transaction ID is specified in the optional argument, the property will be applied to that ID, otherwise to the current active ID.
    • isolation - Controls the data isolation on uncommitted transactions. May be one of the following: 'read_committed', 'read_uncommitted', 'repeatable_read', or 'serializable'. Defaults to the database setting in res_odbc.conf or 'read_committed' if not specified. If a transaction ID is specified as an optional argument, it will be applied to that ID, otherwise the current active ID.
  • argument

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