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My specific experience in this regard was with Oracle on an HP9000 and Btrieve on NetWare4, and Magic v7.11h on a PC. And yes, both databases would either be committed or rolled-back together. It was pretty amazing, if I do say so myself.
In a project for 3-Com’s US Robotics division in SLC, I wrote a transaction processor that read finished goods transactions from Oracle, blew through the related BOMs, relieved inventory of component parts and received the finished goods into inventory, all in Btrieve. When complete, the process closed the loop by marking the assembly line transaction created in Oracle as having been received.
It had to be scalable and bulletproof. I recall testing at one point by simply pulling the plug on the PC to see if it could rollback and recover properly on restart. It did.
I don’t recall any caveats or gotchas, just a shit-ton of testing.
On May 18, 2020, at 9:17 AM, Tom Worthen <tworthen@...> wrote:
Are you indicating if that flag is set that it will roll back both databases? Does the same hold true if the main table is Pervasive with links/updates to an
MS-SQL database, that they would both be rolled back?
I presume you have had experience with this so shouldn’t question your knowledge but just wanting to make sure.
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In Options > Settings > Environment, on the Multi User tab, if Line 2, ISAM Transactions = Yes, then the transaction will be rolled back in Pervasive as well; else, not.
On 5/15/2020 6:53 AM, Tom Worthen wrote:
Our application uses Pervasive/Action and MS-SQL databases. Some programs only involve one of those databases but we have more and more programs that are using
both. It is my understanding that with Transaction Processing only the main source is used to determine the transaction.
Does anyone have experience with transaction processing in a blended database environment?
If the main table is MS-SQL and there are Pervasive table updates, or the reverse, and the transaction has to roll back, does it roll back both databases?
Is there a best practice for this type of situation?
Looking for feedback and information.