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ibase_commit — Commit an open transaction


boolean ibase_commit([trans]);
resource trans (optional): Connection or transaction handle


TRUE on success, FALSE on error


Commits an open transaction so that changes you have made to the database become visible and permanent. Returns TRUE if everything went well, FALSE if unsuccessful. Trying to commit a transaction that already has been committed or rolled back is considered to be an error and therefore returns FALSE.

The behaviour of this function varies slightly depending on the optional parameter trans . The three possible cases are:

  • No parameter given: commit the default transaction on last opened connection.

  • Connection handle: commit the default transaction on specified connection.

  • Transaction handle: commit the specified transaction.


Available in PHP 3 since 3.0.7, PHP 4 since 4.0RC1


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