This item was deprecated in version 2019r2. Please use Database.RollbackTransaction as a replacement.
Cancels an open transaction restoring the database to the state it was in before the transaction began.
You will generally want to Rollback database changes if a database error occurs within the transaction.
You have to have an open transaction to be able to use Rollback. On SQLite (and other databases), you can start a transaction with this command: <pre class="code">BEGIN TRANSACTION</pre>
It can be sent using SQLExecute:
This code uses Rollback to revert database changes in a transaction when an error occurs:
// Prior DB code has run If Not DB.Error Then DB.Commit Else MsgBox("Error: " + DB.ErrorMessage) DB.Rollback End If
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