How to Write Atomic Transactions in .NET
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by Keyvan Nayyeri
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Next, I ran my application to test my component.  Before doing this, I checked the current state of my database and Component Services Transaction Statistics:

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I ran my application and gave valid values (1 for ID and 5 for value) to it.  The result was normal in the database, but look at the Transaction Statistics.

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S now I provide an invalid value, say 11, for my application to throw an exception in my Atomic transaction.  Nothing will change in the database, but the Transaction Statistics show an Aborted transaction.  The normal form database must be updated because the value must be added to the database before exception.

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