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Use Transaction Blocks or Multiple PHP mysqli_query()
Posted by: Arthur Chan
Date: December 13, 2018 12:47AM

Can you share experience in multiple, concurrent inserts using either PHP or mySQL sprocs please?

I need to insert into multiple tables to guarantee referential integrity because there are intersections between base tables e.g. a simple example

Parts ||--< PartOrders >--|| Orders

I have two approaches:

111) In PHP, I can use multiple mysqli_queries like this
set autocommit = 0;
$orders = "call sp_addNewOrders(...)";
$orderparts = "call sp_addNewOrderParts(...)";
if($orders && $orderparts) {
} else { mysqli_query($con,"ROLLBACK"); }

222) In sproc, I can use a transaction block. I simply upload from Java all the relevant data and stuff them into the param list.

The reason I am hesitant to use PHP is b/c in the past, I had difficulties with multiple mysqli_queries, having as well to count the rows returned ( 0 or not 0) and I sometimes couldn't get a true or false on whether the query was executed successfully (! had a null returned from the mysqli_query)

Thanks in advance for sharing your experience.

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