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re: Commits


#1

Afternoon all,

that message got stopped by our profanity police! I am told that the
word c-h-i-n-k is profane and derogatory, even when applied to the sound
of coins clanking together. Go figure!

Anyway, Toad commits when you hit the commit button in the editor
(provided you executed the SQL in the editor). Toad will commit is there
is a commit in the script and you F5 it.

Also, and in my opinion, a bad thing, Toad can be set to auto commit
after every statement. Turn it off because it makes a mockery of the
definition of a “transaction”.

If you run separate threads, you have to commit in the same thread. SO
if you are in this mode and have lots of MOEs open, I think, you need to
be sure that you commit in the same tab as the SQL you want to commit.
Either by highlighting a COMMIT; statement and F9ing or clicking the
commit button.

HTH

Cheers,
Norm. [TeamT]

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#2

Alternative sound for coins: cha-ching, ka-ching

Those might make it through the profanity police a bit better :wink:

Roger S.

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#3

Indeed, but that’s not what Chief Joseph said. (Or was your suggestion
directed to the Chief?)

Nate Schroeder
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#4

Nah… my response was in response to Norm’s email. At least I think it
was Norm’s, deleted it shortly after I replied and I’ve only gone
through about 90 Toad emails getting caught up after the long weekend.

I never did see what the original item was that Norm was identifying…
at least, not yet, got another 64 emails to go through yet.

Roger S.


#5

I agree with your opinion on auto commit being a bad thing.
Toad’s Help is not specific on how to turn Auto Commit OFF.
Can someone mention where/how to turn Auto Commit Off please


#6

You’re right that the “autocommit” index in the Help takes you to the Oracle > General tab help instead of the Oracle - Transactions tab, and searching for it in the Help doesn’t give the right answer either. That needs fixed. But search for “commit” in the Toad Options and you’ll quickly find it - see the Transactions tab.