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Newbie question on transaction integrity

I am calling an RFC which, during its execution, updates a Z_TABLE...but I cannot control the commit on the Z_TABLE. Every time I add a row, and do not commit from Jco, the row remains added.

Why is this ?

How do we workaround this problem ?

Must the RFC manually enqueue the data into a temp table until I commit ?

Thanks in advance !


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    Posted on Jun 23, 2004 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Mark,

    one possibility for this behaviour is, that the RFC or some function module called by the rfc does a commit work. If so you have no chance beside changing the "bad" fm.

    Hope that helps.



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      This is the code that is in the RFC: It seems that

      as soon as the RFC is terminated, a commit is called

      on the table:ysyme001.


      .... some stuff, then

      tables: ysyme001.

      ysyme001-mandt = '350'.

      ysyme001-char1 = '1111111116'.

      ysyme001-char2 = '1111111117'.

      insert ysyme001.


      Thanks !


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