ado.net transactions


G

Guest

I am getting this erroor on transaction.commit
"stack overflow"

on transaction.rollback i am getting this
{"This SqlTransaction has completed; it is no longer usable." }

I am passing same transaction object to lot of methods like say 12
which call stored procedures

how to overcome this problem.

I dont want to use com+

Thanks
Ajit
 
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G

Guest

No I am not I am doing something like this



Re: ado.net transactions
Posted: 02-14-2005 10:04 AM
using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(ConnectionString))
{
connection.Open();

using (SqlTransaction transaction = connection.BeginTransaction())

{

try
{
using (INASBAL.Service service = new INASBAL.Service())
{




service.SequenceID = service.InputAccountData(transaction, ref dt);

ParseAndInsertAccountLeadType(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertAccountDisabilityCoverage(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertAccountAuthorizedRider(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertMailingAddress(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertAccountAgent(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertAccountAuthorizingOfficer(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);

ParseAndInsertAccountBillingContact(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);
ParseAndInsertAccountBroker(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);
ParseAndInsertAccountFlexOneBenefit(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);
ParseAndInsertAccountLegalRep(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);
ParseAndInsertAccountContactFsa(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);
ParseAndInsertAccountFlexIneligibleBen(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);


ParseAndInsertAccountOtherCarrierBen(transaction, ref dt, nav, service);

//
//if all successful commit transaction
//
transaction.Commit();

}//using service

}//try

catch (Exception ex)
{
transaction.Rollback();
throw ex;
}

}//using transaction

}//using connection


INSIDE THESE METHODS I AM USING MS DATA APPLICATION BLOCK LIKE

Microsoft.ApplicationBlocks.Data.SqlHelper.ExecuteNonQuery(transaction,
CommandType.StoredProcedure, strProcedure, arParms);


Thanks
Ajit

Miha Markic said:
i guess you are invoking begintransaction too many times?

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Miha Markic [MVP C#] - RightHand .NET consulting & development
www.rthand.com
SLODUG - Slovene Developer Users Group www.codezone-si.info

ajit said:
I am getting this erroor on transaction.commit
"stack overflow"

on transaction.rollback i am getting this
{"This SqlTransaction has completed; it is no longer usable." }

I am passing same transaction object to lot of methods like say 12
which call stored procedures

how to overcome this problem.

I dont want to use com+

Thanks
Ajit
 

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