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ruby.mysql library commit and rollback
Posted by: Oswaldo Zavala
Date: April 11, 2009 07:51PM

I'm tryng to find out how to use commit and rollback. Looking at the API it seems that autocommit(mode), commit() and rollback() are methods for the Mysql object.
Using these methods, like in the folowing example:
@conx = Mysql.real_connect(@host,@user,@pwd,@db)
result = @conx.autocommit(0)
or just
rescue ....

I obtained an error message: "undefined method for Mysql:Class (NoMethodError)" the same with these other example
res = @conx.query("INSERT INTO participants (cod_tipe_party,RUC,coments)
VALUES(\'#{@tipe}\',\'#{@ruc}\', \'#{@coment}\')")
result = @conx.commit
rescue Mysql::Error => e
There is always the same error message
I have tryed many sintaxis forms, like using them, with and without parentheses, using the methods over the resulset, and either using the resultset as a parameter, without results.

The database engine that I'm using is InnoDB over Mysql version 5.0.67-community-nt
Please give me a clue where the problem is. Thanks

Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 04/13/2009 08:21AM by Oswaldo Zavala.

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