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Re: How can I create a trigger that increments on read?
Posted by: Roland Bouman
Date: August 20, 2005 12:36PM

Maybe I'm judging this all wrong (anyone?) but I think that this section of the manual:

describes a situation quite similar to yours.

I don't have a good answer to your question concerning the "crash / lockout" problem. My hunch is that when you use the builtin transaction support, MySQL is smart enough not to cause such problems in case the client crashes. However, I realize this hunch isnt good enough for you.

You could try an rebuild the example from the pointer, and simply try what happens if you let your client crash.

Good luck, sorry I couldn't help.

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