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Re: transactions and webservers
Posted by: Dick Stins
Date: February 01, 2005 07:39AM

It seems to be impossible(?) to get for a new http request exactly the reply from the same apache child process which controls the open transaction/mysql persistent connection of the previous http request.

Who has a method sending requests to the same apache child which controls the open transaction?

Has somebody a workaround for this which enables using transactions?

Like:
A.
It would be nice when mysql returns a session id of the open connection and that you are able to reuse this specific open mysql connection when you rember the session id and .....

B. Or a webservice OS process which controls all open database connections for using transactions?

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