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MySQL Transact: Execute multiple MySQL queries in a transaction

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This is a simple class can queue several MySQL database queries and execute them all at once in a single transaction.

The class provides means to add SQL queries to a queue. Once all SQL statements are added, the class can start a transaction, execute each statement and finishes the transaction either commiting it if all statements succeed or executing a rollback in case one of the statements failed.

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Name: MySQL Transact
Base name: mysqltransact
Description: Execute multiple MySQL queries in a transaction
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A database transaction is a set of queries that are perform atomically, i.e. cannot be split. Either all queries succeed and the changes are committed or are all canceled rolling back any changes.

This class simplifies the processing of MySQL database transactions by queuing all database statements that are all executed at once.

The class takes care or initiating the and finalizing the transaction, executing the necessary commit or rollback statements depending on whether the transaction succeeded or failed.

Manuel Lemos

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