Enables and disables the transactional integrity controls in the generated programs.
|Disabled ||The program is generated with no transactional integrity controls.|
|Enabled ||The program is generated with the transactional integrity controls. This is the default value.
- This option is ignored for Client Server (DB/2 and Oracle Generators) because these DBMSs do not allow to deactivate the Transactional Integrity facility.
- iSeries environment: This property is only valid:
- When working in a centralized environment.
- When working in a client/server environment the object is called via RPC. For example, if we are working in a C/S environment and the object where we want to disable the commitment is a visual program (e.g.: Visual Basic, Visual FoxPro), the property is not valid. In this case, what we can do is create a Cobol or RPG program (disabling the commitment control so that the commit is performed) and call it via RPC.
Objects: Procedure, Transaction
Platforms: Web(.Net, Java)
Commit on Exit property