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ora_commitoff — Disables automatic commit.


bool ora_commitoff(conn);
resource conn: Connection handle


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


Disables data being automatically being committed to the database after using the ora_exec() function. To enable automatic commits of transactions, use ora_commiton() .


As of versions 3.0 and 4.0

See also

See also: ora_commiton()


Example 882. Disable automatic commits

// open a connection
if (!$db = @ora_logon("dev@ORCL","dev")) {
        $error = ora_error();
        printf("There was an error connecting. Error was: %s", $error);

// turn off automatic commit

// open a cursor
$curs = ora_open($db);

// check that SQL is OK
if (!@ora_parse($curs,"UPDATE phone_numbers SET phone_number='12345' WHERE email=''")) {
   echo "Error in parse. Error was :", ora_error($curs);

   // if not, roll back the transaction
} else {

   // query is OK, execute and commit the transaction

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