On 21/08/2005, at 10:56 AM, Kevin Dangoor wrote:

On 8/20/05, Tomek Piatek <tomek.piatek@gmail.com> wrote:

On 20/08/2005, at 10:42 PM, Kevin Dangoor wrote:
As far as I am aware there is no such thing as auto-commit in SQLObject. At
least I haven't found anything like that.
I am aware that there are lazy updates for the sql update operation but
that's it. Inserts are performed immediately.
If you know how to turn auto-commit off then please let me know.


I've been using SQLObject from svn so long, I can't even remember what
0.6.1 looks like. In 0.7, there is an autocommit flag, and by default
it is on. If you pass ?debug=1 in your connection URI, you should be
able to see the queries that are run (including when COMMITs are
executed).

Aha! Thanks a lot for the tip. I might have to get the svn version.

-tomek