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2/17/2014 5:48 AM
 

Hi,

in my C# code, I need to call EventController.EventsSave and EventRecurMasterController.EventsRecurMasterSave during some SQL INSERTs to my database. Do I have a chance to rollback those changes by means of an SQL transaction?

Thanks,
Bernd

 
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2/17/2014 6:03 AM
 
Hi Bernd,

I've got to say I'm not sure. I'm guess you could call them both from with sproc, and put some checkpointing around it, but I'm not 100% sure.

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2/18/2014 3:50 AM
 
there is no option implemented in DNN to call .Net code from inside SQL stored procedures.

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2/18/2014 4:15 AM
 

Sorry, perhaps my question was misleading:

In my C# code, I insert some Calendar Events and enter their eventIds into my database tables by means of Linq or ADO.Net. In case of errors, I would like to rollback the whole transaction including all Calendar Event entries.

My question is whether it is possible to integrate the Event database operations into my own SQL Transaction?

Thanks,

Bernd

 
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2/18/2014 4:59 AM
 

I think that if you do all the database manipulations, including the manipulation of Events tables, yourself, a transaction will work as expected. Events tables are nothing more than normal SQL tables. 

If you access the Events DLL/Code to do the Event table manipulation from your own .NET code, things might be different.


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